Monday, March 29, 2010

How to express happy feelings in English

General statements are usually short. Here are a few examples.

"I'm very happy right now."

"I'm happy."

"I haven't been this happy in a long time."

"I don't think I can be any happier right now."

"He is very happy."

"She is so happy right now."

"My wife is pretty happy."

"My husband is happy."

These sentences are very basic. Most of the time, you will be explaining why you are happy. Let's incorporate the reason into the sentence.

"I'm so happy I got a job offer."

"I was happy when I received an A for my final report."

"I'll be happy when that happens."

"This semester is such a headache. I'll be so happy when it's over."

"My brother was happy after passing the examination."

"I think my mother was happier than I was when I got into the University."

"If you find a job you are happy with, then that is the perfect job for you."

"It's more important to be happy with your job then what other people think."

"I don't think she will be happy if you do that."

"My parents won't be happy if I drop out of school."

"I think my professor was happy with my essay."

"My grandmother is always happy when I come visit her."

"My grandfather is always happy to see me."

"I'm so happy for you. That's wonderful news."

"Congratulations on your engagement, I'm so happy for you."

"I want to find a gift that she will be happy with."

"He never likes his presents, but he is happy with the fact that we tried."

"Happiness is probably the most important thing in life."

"My goal in life is to make other people happy."

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