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Feelings and Emotions in Turkish

In this lesson, we will delve into the rich and nuanced world of emotions and feelings in Turkish. The ability to express oneself emotionally is a crucial aspect of communication, and being able to do so in another language is a key component of language learning. Through a carefully curated selection of vocabulary and phrases, we will explore the full range of human emotions, from the simple joy of happiness to the complex depths of melancholy and anxiety. Our goal is to equip you with the tools and language skills necessary to connect with others on a deeper level, to empathize with them, and to express your own emotions and feelings in an authentic and meaningful way. Get ready to dive into the world of Turkish emotions and let's get started! ­čśŐ­čîč

After mastering this lesson, you can also expand your Turkish vocabulary by exploring other related pages, such as Turkish Vocabulary - Clothes, Vehicles, and Turkish Vocabulary - Bedroom.

Vocabulary List[edit | edit source]

ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION ENGLISH TURKISH
GUILTY sou chih lou SUÇLU
STUPID ahp tahl APTAL
EXHAUSTED your goon YORGUN
VERY TIRED chohk your goon ÇOK YORGUN
HEADSTRONG ih naht chuh İNATÇI
SAD ewz gewn ├ťZG├ťN
FRIGHTENED korhk moosh KORKMU┼×
ANXIOUS ehn dih sheh lih END─░┼×EL─░
INQUISITIVE meh rah kluh MERAKLI
INDIFFERENT kah ih uht suhz KAYITSIZ
ANGRY kuhz gun KIZGIN
IRATE kuhz gun KIZGIN
CONFIDENT gew vehn lih G├ťVENL─░
ENTHUSIASTIC heh vehs lih HEVESL─░
DISAPPOINTED hah ih ahl kuh ruh kluh uh nah

oo rah duhm

HAYAL KIRIKLI─×INA

U─×RADIM

ANNOYED rehn jih deh RENC─░DE
HAPPY mou tloo MUTLU
JEALOUS kuhs kahn chih KISKANÇ
SHY ou tahn gah chih UTANGAÇ
TO BE AFRAID OF korhk mahk KORKMAK

Common Phrases[edit | edit source]

  • Nas─▒ls─▒n? (How are you?)
  • ─░yiyim, te┼čekk├╝r ederim. (I'm fine, thank you.)
  • K├Ât├╝y├╝m. (I'm not good.)
  • Ne var? (What's wrong?)
  • Kendimi iyi hissetmiyorum. (I don't feel good.)
  • ├çok mutluyum. (I'm very happy.)
  • Kendimi ├╝zg├╝n hissediyorum. (I feel sad.)
  • Korkuyorum. (I'm scared.)
  • ├çok heyecanl─▒y─▒m. (I'm very excited.)
  • ├çok sinirliyim. (I'm very anxious.)
  • Hayal k─▒r─▒kl─▒─č─▒na u─črad─▒m. (I'm disappointed.)
  • ├çok memnunum. (I'm very pleased.)
  • S─▒k─▒nt─▒l─▒y─▒m. (I'm worried.)

Adjectives to Express Intensity[edit | edit source]

  • ├çok: Very
  • Biraz: A little
  • Hi├ž: Not at all
  • Olduk├ža: Quite
  • Ger├žekten: Really

For example, you can say "Çok mutluyum" to express that you're very happy, or "Biraz üzgünüm" to indicate that you're a little sad.

Emotions in Sentences[edit | edit source]

  • Benim arkada┼č─▒m bug├╝n do─čum g├╝n├╝ kutlamas─▒na geldi─činde ├žok heyecanl─▒yd─▒. (My friend was very excited when she came to the birthday party today.)
  • Bug├╝n i┼čte ├žok yo─čun bir g├╝n ge├žirdim ve ┼ču an ├žok yorgunum. (I had a very busy day at work today and I'm very tired now.)
  • Annemle tart─▒┼čt─▒ktan sonra sinirliyim. (I'm anxious after arguing with my mom.)
  • D├╝n ak┼čam sevgilimle tan─▒┼čt─▒m ve ┼ču an a┼č─▒─č─▒m. (I met my boyfriend last night and now I'm in love.)
  • Dersleri ka├ž─▒rm─▒┼č olmaktan dolay─▒ kendimi utanga├ž hissediyorum. (I feel shy because I missed some classes.)
  • Bug├╝n s─▒nav─▒m var ve ger├žekten ├žok s─▒k─▒lm─▒┼č hissediyorum. (I have an exam today and I really feel bored.)
  • Arkada┼č─▒m bana s├╝rpriz yapt─▒ ve ├žok ┼ča┼č─▒rd─▒m. (My friend surprised me and I was very surprised.)
  • Ge├žen hafta sonu ailemle birlikte seyahat ettim ve memnun kald─▒m.

Quiz[edit | edit source]

Vocabulary Questions:[edit | edit source]

  1. What does "mutlu" mean in English?
  2. What does "├╝zg├╝n" mean in English?
  3. What does "korkmu┼č" mean in English?
  4. What does "k─▒zg─▒n" mean in English?
  5. What does "heyecanl─▒" mean in English?
  6. What does "yorgun" mean in English?
  7. What does "s─▒k─▒lm─▒┼č" mean in English?
  8. What does "utanga├ž" mean in English?
  9. What does "┼ča┼č─▒rm─▒┼č" mean in English?
  10. What does "sinirli" mean in English?

Sentence Translation Questions:[edit | edit source]

  1. Translate "I'm very happy" into Turkish.
  2. Translate "She feels sad today" into Turkish.
  3. Translate "We're excited for the concert" into Turkish.
  4. Translate "They're disappointed with the result" into Turkish.
  5. Translate "Benim arkada┼č─▒m bug├╝n do─čum g├╝n├╝ kutlamas─▒na geldi─činde ├žok heyecanl─▒yd─▒" into English.

The answers are as follows:

  1. Happy
  2. Sad
  3. Scared
  4. Angry
  5. Excited
  6. Tired
  7. Bored
  8. Shy
  9. Surprised
  10. Anxious
  11. Çok mutluyum.
  12. Bug├╝n ├╝zg├╝n hissediyor.
  13. Konser i├žin heyecanl─▒y─▒z.
  14. Sonu├žtan hayal k─▒r─▒kl─▒─č─▒na u─črad─▒lar.
  15. My friend was very excited when she came to the birthday party today.

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