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  • I'm very happy, yeah! I just... every time... ok.

  • Hi, everybody, my name is Alisha.

  • Welcome back to Top Words! Today we're

  • going to be talking about happy words.

  • Very exciting! so let's go!

  • Happy

  • the first word is happy

  • as you might have guessed

  • happ is a happy word, when you

  • feel good, when you feel positive, when

  • you are excited, you can say I'm happy!

  • I was so happy to see my friend the other day.

  • What makes me happy? Food. I'm happy right now.

  • energetic

  • when you feel happy, perhaps you also feel energetic, you have

  • that sort of, like, uplifting feeling.

  • This chair is squeaking every time I move up.

  • I don't really describe my

  • friends or people as energetic, i might

  • say a dog or a cat is energetic, like, wow!

  • Your dog is so energetic,

  • what is she doing? She's running

  • everywhere, is she okay? Maybe i would say

  • about myself, I'm very energetic today, if

  • I've had a lot of coffee, like now.

  • Great!

  • you can use this to describe

  • people, a situation, a food, anything that

  • you think is good, is positive, is cool, is

  • groovy, is spectacular, is fantastic, I'm

  • sure we're going to talk about some of

  • these other words later so i should stop saying them.

  • To like

  • something that you are interested in, something that you

  • think is great, is good, is cool, is

  • awesome.

  • You can like anything, whatever it is,

  • just say "I like..."

  • followed by a noun phrase, that's how you

  • can share your hobbies, the things that

  • make you happy. In a question form, what

  • do you like? What do you like to do? I

  • like eating food, I like cooking food,

  • recently I like tofu.

  • To love

  • you can use it for very close friends, maybe in your language

  • using the word love has

  • a very very strong meaning, but in

  • English we tend to be a little more

  • casual about that. If you say to your,

  • like, your romantic partner, I love you.

  • That is a very deep meaning, you can say

  • it to your friends though,

  • like, so and so, so I love you.

  • That's fine, that's fine, too. We use "love"

  • and "like" to talk about how much we enjoy

  • something. If you say I love watching

  • movies, it sounds like it's maybe one of

  • your favorite activities, it's one of

  • your hobbies, It's something that you really

  • really enjoy. So think about that when

  • you choose like or love. I love cooking,

  • or I love, let's see, trying new beer.

  • Satisfied

  • The next word is satisfied,

  • usually we use the word satisfied after

  • something good has happened to us.

  • So for example, if you go out to a

  • restaurant, and you have a nice meal, you

  • really enjoy the food, afterwards you can

  • say oh I'm satisfied, that was really

  • good.

  • if you've provided a service to somebody,

  • you can say are you satisfied?

  • Proud

  • If you feel very good about an

  • accomplishment, or someone else has

  • accomplished something and they're happy

  • about it,

  • we use the word proud to describe that

  • feeling. So maybe I studied for a few

  • months and I passed a test that was

  • really difficult for me, I feel so proud.

  • Or let's see, my students have been

  • studying for a few years and their

  • conversation skills have improved so

  • much that we can have fun conversations

  • together, I'm really proud of them.

  • Yeah, if you're proud you can say I'm proud.

  • Though be careful if you say I'm so

  • proud, I'm so proud of myself, I'm so

  • proud of myself all the time, you might

  • sound self-centered.

  • Excited

  • The next word is excited, this is

  • usually before you do something that

  • you're very interested in, that you're

  • very happy about, like, I'm going to see a

  • new movie today, I'm so excited. Or I'm

  • going to try a new restaurant, I'm so

  • excited. It's to describe that, maybe, that

  • kind of upward

  • "yeah" feeling that you have before

  • you do something you're very interested in.

  • I'm excited! You can use this in the past

  • tense too, like, I was so excited to see

  • that movie last week, it was great!

  • What was the last thing I was excited

  • about? Coming here! I'm so excited to cook

  • food today. Oh my god!

  • Funny

  • something that makes you laugh is funny, I laugh a

  • lot, i think way too many things are

  • funny. This is true, my favorite people are

  • funny people.

  • My friend told me a really funny joke last week.

  • Hope

  • I hope I get to see my friends this weekend.

  • I hope the food that I cook later

  • is going to be delicious.

  • i hope that i can move to a new

  • apartment next year. I hope that my mom

  • has a great birthday next month.

  • Happy birthday, mom, in advance! This might be around your birthday.

  • So hope is a sense that

  • things are going to improve, that things

  • are somehow going to be

  • better than they are now, wanting

  • improvement, believing in improvement in

  • the future is hope. Those are ten happy

  • word I hope that you use them regularly,

  • and in particular the difference between

  • "good" and "great", and "like" and "love" can

  • really help you to distinguish how much

  • you appreciate something, or maybe help

  • you to explain your feelings more clearly.

  • So thank you very much for watching this

  • episode of Top Words, please subscribe if

  • you have not already, and we will see you

  • again soon, bye!

  • Why am I talking like this?

  • so an important, just a bit a word for

  • the future, the children, the children of

  • the world who... What am i doing?

  • No!!!

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