Ce quiz de vocabulaire anglais vous interroge sur les sentiments. Il vous permettra d’évaluer vos connaissances et d’améliorer votre anglais. À vous de jouer !
Quiz vocabulaire anglais : les sentiments
#1. Effrayé :
- Terrified: The loud noise left him terrified and shaking.
- Afraid: She was afraid of the dark and always carried a flashlight.
- Frightened: The sudden appearance of the shadow in the alley frightened the children.
#2. insouciant :
- Carefree: Spending a day at the beach, they were carefree and enjoying every moment.
- Heedless: His heedless attitude towards deadlines often got him into trouble.
- Happy-go-lucky: With a happy-go-lucky attitude, he faced life’s challenges with a smile.
- Airy (désinvolte) : Her airy response to the criticism surprised everyone.
#3. Détendu :
- Relaxed: After a long day, he sat in the comfortable chair and felt completely relaxed.
- Calm: Despite the chaos around them, she remained calm and collected.
#4. Compatissant :
- Compassionate: The compassionate nurse comforted the grieving family.
- Sympathetic: His sympathetic words provided solace during the difficult times.
#5. Euphorique :
- Euphoric: Winning the championship left the team feeling euphoric.
- Overjoyed: She was overjoyed when she received the news of her promotion.
#6. Content :
- Happy: The children’s laughter filled the house, creating a happy atmosphere.
- Pleased: The chef was pleased with the positive reviews of his new dish.
- Glad: I’m glad to see you after such a long time.
#7. Serein :
- Relaxed: Despite the impending deadline, she appeared relaxed and composed.
- Calm: The meditation session helped him achieve a state of inner calm.
- Serene (littéraire): The garden had a serene atmosphere, perfect for meditation.
- Unchilled (impassible): He remained unchilled even in the face of unexpected challenges.
#8. Mal à l’aise :
- Uncomfortable: The awkward silence made everyone in the room feel uncomfortable.
- Ill at ease: She was ill at ease in the formal setting, preferring a more casual environment.
#9. Circonspect :
- Circumspect: Being circumspect in his decisions, he carefully weighed the pros and cons.
- Cautious: The hiker was cautious while navigating the slippery mountain trail.
- Prudent: A prudent investor carefully considers potential risks before making decisions.
- Wary (méfiant): The cat was wary of the new dog in the house.
- Guarded (prudent): His guarded responses indicated a lack of trust in the situation.
#10. Indécis :
- Indecisive: Unable to choose between the two options, she remained indecisive.
- Hesitant: He was hesitant to commit to the project without more information.
#11. Envieux :
- Envious: She couldn’t help but feel envious of her friend’s success.
- Jealous: His jealous nature often strained relationships with others.
#12. Anxieux :
- Anxious: The upcoming exam made her feel anxious and restless.
- Apprehensive: He was apprehensive about the outcome of the important meeting.
- Uneasy: The uneasy feeling in the room suggested tension among the participants.
#13. En colère :
- Angry: His angry outburst startled everyone in the room.
- Mad (US): She was mad when she discovered her phone was missing.
- Cross (UK, contrarié): His cross expression indicated frustration with the situation.
#14. Désabusé :
- Disillusioned: After the promising start-up failed, he became disillusioned with entrepreneurship.
- Disappointed: The team was disappointed with their performance in the tournament.
#15. Motivé :
- Keen: He was keen on learning new skills to advance in his career.
- Eager: The students were eager to participate in the science fair.
- Motivated : Despite the challenges, she remained motivated to achieve her goals.
#16. Mélancolique :
- Melancholic: The melancholic melody brought tears to her eyes.
- Melancholy: The deserted town had a melancholy atmosphere, filled with memories.
- Wistful: As the old friends reminisced, a wistful smile crossed their faces.
- Sad: The news of the loss left everyone feeling sad.
#17. Agacé :
- Irritated: The constant noise from construction work irritated the residents.
- Annoyed: He was annoyed by the repetitive questions during the meeting.
- Flustered: The unexpected question left her flustered and searching for an answer.
- Worked up (inf.): Don’t get worked up over minor issues !
#18. Découragé :
- Discouraged: Despite numerous rejections, he refused to be discouraged.
- Disheartened: The continuous setbacks left her feeling disheartened.
- Dispirited: The team appeared dispirited after the defeat.
- Despondent (déprimé, abattu) : Despite his efforts, the repeated failures in his career left him feeling despondent.
#19. Soucieux :
- Worried: The worried parents waited for news of their missing child.
- Concerned: She was concerned about the environmental impact of the project.
- Anxious: The anxious student nervously awaited the announcement of exam results, fearing the possibility of not meeting expectations.
#20. Impressionné :
- Impressed: The intricate artwork impressed the art critics.
- Amazed: The breathtaking view from the mountaintop left everyone amazed.
- Awestruck: The grandeur of the cathedral left visitors awestruck.