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  • Oh! Hi, everybody! Welcome back to Top

  • Words. My name is Alisha, and today we're

  • going to be talking about 10 sad words.

  • These are words that you can use to

  • express a sad feeling. So let's go!

  • Sad, the first word is sad,

  • anytime you feel down, you feel

  • disappointed, just to general not good

  • feeling, you can say, I'm sad. If someone

  • asks you, how are you doing? I'm sad.

  • Disappointed.

  • The next word is disappointed, you can

  • use this with food, with people, with pets

  • if you like.

  • My parents like to use disappointed when

  • they wanted to express that I did not

  • live up to their expectations, they would

  • say, Alisha I'm really disappointed in

  • you, and I felt so bad because it meant

  • their expectation was here and my action

  • was here, so it's very effective.

  • But at the same time it's so

  • motivating. Lonely. The next word is

  • lonely, lonely. I don't want to talk about

  • this word, it's sad. Maybe you've been spending a

  • lot of time alone, or there's someone

  • that you really want to see, or you want

  • to see your family members, or maybe

  • you're working too much, I don't know,

  • whatever it is, maybe you just, you

  • feel like you want to talk to people, or

  • you want to see people, be around people,

  • but you can't, you can use the word

  • lonely to describe that feeling. I've

  • only been working for the last few

  • months, I haven't had a chance to spend

  • much time with my friends, I'm feeling

  • kind of lonely.

  • Nervous.

  • The next word is nervous. Nervous is used

  • for any tension, any anxiety, excited but

  • in a bad way about something. When I was

  • a child before my piano performances,

  • I would get so nervous, I would be so

  • nervous my hands would start to shake

  • and then I couldn't play the piece I've

  • been practicing for months.

  • That's why this is great because you're not here.

  • Forgive me! Don't be disappointed in me!

  • Upset.

  • Upset is a really really useful word, anytime

  • you feel sad, angry, depressed,

  • disappointed, unhappy, in general, you can

  • say I'm upset, or he or she is upset.

  • It's just a general unhappy word but it

  • doesn't mean unhappy,

  • it just means something is wrong, there's

  • a way a person usually behaves, but I'm

  • upset means something's not right. In a

  • sentence, I might say, I'm really upset

  • about my performance last year, I was too

  • nervous and my parents were disappointed

  • in me, I'm sad now.

  • Frightened.

  • Frightened just means you're afraid,

  • you're scared of something, like when you

  • go to a movie and it's really scary, you can

  • say I was frightened. Frightened is not a

  • word that I'd use in everyday conversation

  • though. I might read this word in a book, I

  • suppose, but I can't remember the last

  • time I said "I'm very frightened," like, I

  • was frightened, that's a frightening movie.

  • It feels a little bit formal, so you

  • might read this word more often than you

  • actually say this word frightened.

  • Discouraged. The next word is discouraged.

  • If you're trying to do something, like, at

  • your job or as a hobby or whatever, but

  • it's really really difficult, or you're

  • receiving a lot of criticism, or it's

  • just not going as you planned, you can

  • say "I'm feeling discouraged."

  • that sad or that upset feeling of

  • wanting to do something but not being

  • able to, or having a hard time doing that.

  • I'm feeling a little bit discouraged

  • about my recent work project, for example.

  • Gloomy. Gloomy, i guess you could use

  • gloomy to describe someone's mood, just

  • they seem a bit down, they seem a bit sad,

  • they're not maybe saying very much, they

  • don't want to participate in things, that

  • might be someone who's gloomy. We also

  • use gloomy for, like, an atmosphere in a

  • room, or in a place, in a building,

  • something that's a bit dark, maybe it's

  • really, like, cloudy, you can

  • use gloomy to describe the weather as

  • well. Just something dark, cloudy, maybe

  • foggy, kinda, just a sad feeling, really.

  • In a sentence, my friend seems kind of gloomy

  • today, she hasn't said very much and

  • I saw her crying in the bathroom.

  • Hurt. The next word is hurt. If someone

  • criticizes you or if someone says bad

  • things about you, or you feel sad, you

  • feel down, but basically it's someone

  • else is the cause of that, you can say, I

  • feel hurt, or I was hurt by your comments.

  • So it can be used as a verb or as an adjective.

  • So as a verb, I was hurt by your comment.

  • As an adjective, I feel hurt. Another

  • expression that's commonly used is you

  • hurt my feelings, in that case it's used

  • as a verb, you hurt my feelings. So hurt

  • typically, maybe when you think of

  • the word hurt it means to wound or to

  • injure something, in this case your

  • feelings are the thing being injured or

  • being hurt.

  • So, you hurt my feelings is a very very

  • common one. Miserable. The next

  • word is miserable, she says laughing.

  • Miserable means very very sad, so maybe

  • here we have sad, I don't even know what

  • the next one is would be after sad, sad

  • and gloomy, miserable, depressed, I don't

  • know, these are just all very unhappy

  • things going on in this word spectrum

  • I'm building here with my hands.

  • Something bad has happened in your life

  • or in someone else's life and you need

  • a word stronger than sad to describe

  • that, you can use miserable. So, like, I

  • lost my job and I haven't been able to

  • find a new one, I'm miserable. Or my

  • boyfriend or my girlfriend broke up with

  • me, I'm miserable. It's usually for

  • something a bit serious in your life,

  • miserable. And that's the end! Those are

  • 10 sad words, somehow that didn't get

  • too depressing, I hope. Anyway, give them a

  • try the next time you need to more

  • accurately describe your feelings, or to

  • describe someone else's feelings, they're

  • pretty useful actually, I think. Thanks

  • very much for joining us for this lesson!

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  • stuff, and we'll see you again soon. Bye!

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