在日常生活中，每个人都会有各种各样的情绪。因此，学会用英语表达情感，是英语学习的一个重要内容。课标中“个人情感”主题涉及的主要内容有：（1）Describing feelings（happy， sad， angry， upset， pleased， proud， lonely， worried， nervous， afraid， etc.）;（2）Expressing emotions（smiling， laughing， crying， shouting， etc.）;（3）Describing facial expressions and gestures。
Using social media makes people more lonely
A latest study revealed that social media use increases depression and loneliness. A University of Pennsylvania study has proven that 1.（reduce） social media use to 10 minutes a day can help reduce depression and loneliness.
In order to better understand 2.social media may be connected to loneliness， we must first recognize that it is not a simple equation. Just 3.there are a variety of reasons why one may use social media， there are different ways in which social media could be fostering loneliness. The 4.（easy） of accessibility may be causing us to connect more in the digital realm， but 5.（connect） from the world around us. In a survey exploring social media patterns， it 6.（turn） out that individuals who spent more time on social media every day felt lonelier than those who spent less time 7.（engage） in social media. 8.（additional）， those who spent more time on social media in a given week felt more isolated than those who checked their social media less.
An increase 9. social media use has been associated with increased distractibility and sleep disturbances. Researchers at the University of British Columbia found that even seemingly mild distractions from a buzzing phone could cause individuals 10.（experience） a decrease of present enjoyment.
1. desire n. & v. 渴望
2. disappoint v. 使失望
3. expect v. 预料;盼望;认为
4. pleasure n. 高兴;愉快
5. confused adj. 困惑的;糊涂的;混乱的
6. painful adj. 痛苦的;疼痛的
7. regret v. 后悔;惋惜 regretful adj. 令人惋惜的;后悔的
8. argue v. 爭辩;争论 argument n. 理由;依据;争论;争辩
9. astonish v. 使驚讶 astonishing adj. 令人惊讶的 astonished adj. 感到惊讶的 astonishment n. 惊奇;惊讶
1. at ease 舒适;自在
2. be in high/low spirits 情绪高涨/低落
3. believe in sb 信任某人
4. burst into laughter/tears 突然笑起来/哭起来
5. look up to 尊敬;敬仰
6. look down upon/on 看不起;轻视
7. be tired of/ be fed up with 对……感到厌烦
8. be anxious about 对……感到焦虑
9. be satisfied with 对……感到满意
10. let sb down 让某人感到失望
1. anxious adj. 焦虑的;渴望的 anxiety n. 忧虑;担心
2. stressful adj. 有压力的
3. panic n. & v. 惊慌
4. frighten/terrify v. 使惊吓 frightened/terrified adj. 害怕的 frightening/terrifying adj. 恐怖的;可怕的
5. under stress/pressure 在压力下;倍感压力
6. be worried about/worry about 担心……
1. angry adj. 发怒的;愤怒的 anger n. 怒气;愤怒
2. annoying adj. 令人讨厌的;令人烦恼的 annoyed adj. 恼怒的;烦闷的 annoy v. 使惹恼
3. depressed adj. 情绪低落的;抑郁的 depression n. 沮丧;抑郁（症） depress v. 使沮丧
4. sorrow n. 悲痛;伤心事
5. in anger/angrily 生气地;发怒地
6. be annoyed at 因……而恼怒
7. be disappointed at/by sth 对某事表示失望 be disappointed in/with sb 对某人感到失望
1. delighted adj. 轻松的;欣喜的 delightful adj. 令人轻松（愉快）的
2. satisfied adj. 满意的 satisfaction n. 满足;欣慰 satisfy v. 使满足
3. be confident in sb 对某人有信心
be confident of sth 对某事有信心
4. be optimistic about 对……乐观
5. be pleased with 对……感到高兴
1. I （convince） that 10% of my life is what happens to me and 90% is how I react to it.
2. This experience has also taught me that （只要） I never give up and keep trying， I can succeed.
3. As a student she lived very（economical）， rarely going out and buying very few clothes.
4. （更糟糕的是）， I was too anxious to seek the fundamental reason for my failure.
5. （persuade） to change my attitude， I finally got the right way to rid myself of carelessness and gained confidence as well.
6. She hoped the different ethnic groups in the area could live together in （peace） coexistence.
7. You give up complete control， but you also get （分享你生活的奇妙） with other human beings， something Id never give up.
8. I am always grateful to my parents， because they not only gave me life， but also brought me up with selfless love and support，（感到非常自豪） my every tiny bit of progress.
9. （不管我怎么努力）， I just couldnt catch up with others.
10. （只有那时我才意识到）that I was not studying maths in a scientific way.
译法二：（用I am sorry that...句式）
译法三：（用I am sorry but...句式）
译法二：（陈述句;owe sb an apology for）
1. Yesterday， I received your present， a useful electronic dictionary， very（unexpected） and excitedly.
2. Believe it or not，you sent me is the very electronic dictionary I am anxious for.
3. Im sure this electronic dictionary must begreat help to my English learning.
4. Thank you for your（time） help and fine present， and I will work harder at English in return.
5. I had suchunforgettable experience when I was in junior school.
6. I almost lost heart when we had a new maths teacher， Mr Hu， who talked with me now and then，（tell） me the ways to learn maths and encouraging me to keep on trying.
7. With his help， I was doing a little better gradually， and one year later， I made （amaze） progress.
8. The most important thing you can do（convince） people of your point of view is be a good example as much as possible.
9. When people understand your motivation， they can start to get on board， or at least stop feeling so（threaten）.
10. Once you can release the need to control， youll find much more（happy）.
1. If you are free this summer holiday， Id like you come to my home and study English together.
2. I was doing bad in maths at that time.
3. The best way to educate others is， I believe， for your good example.
4. Just show how to do it can be a powerful tool indeed.
5. When they see how great it is for you， how happily it makes you and all the great things it brings into your life， theyll move closer and closer to your way.
6. One of the first things I did with Eva was asking for her support.
7. You cant force people to read or watch， but you can make them by setting a good example.
8. One of the most common frustration comes when people try to control other people， or force them to change.
9. You can try to control others， but there will always be a struggle， and youll always fail in some degree.
10. If you cant get support with some people in your life， find it elsewhere if possible.
In the tenth grade， I began volunteering at a veterinary hospital that 1. by a friend in order to get experience for what I thought would be my future job. As it turned out， the experience I 2. at the hospital taught me the opposite—that my future was not in veterinary medicine. However， there was one particular Saturday morning that taught me something maybe 3..
The hospital was in the middle of one of the poorer sections of the city and we 4. had people come in who just could not pay for the most basic treatments. On this Saturday a man and his young son， who was probably about 7 years old， walked in with a small cat in a cardboard box. I remember the cat had an eye infection but the man could not afford 5. for the cost of the medicine in addition to the exam. When he asked where the nearest animal shelter was， his son cried and started to argue with his father. Out of the blue an older woman who then 6. in the waiting room stood up， walked up to the counter， and told the man that she would pay for anything that he could not afford. The man thanked her and the son got to keep a 7. cat.
I had always thought it was the right thing 8. out a needy person， but only saw people perform acts of 9. on TV or in movies. The woman in the vets office taught me that these things do happen in real life， and should happen more often. When I am 10. to be the first person to help someone who is in need， I remember this woman， and have the courage to step up to the plate. Sometimes other people follow.