- Expressing relief
· Thank goodnees!
· Thank heavens!
· What a relief!
· I’m glad about…!
· It’s great relief!
Anne: Grey! Don’t you know that our final exam mark has been announced?
Grey: What? Are you sure that it has been announced?
Anne: Of course. What happens?
Grey: It is because I did not do the test well and I am afraid that I will get D for this subject. Our teacher has told me, if I don’t pass this exam I will be kicked from this school.
Anne: Don’t make a joke, Grey! I think no one will kick you out from this school.
Grey: How can you know?
Anne: Because you get C!
Grey: Whew! Thank God! Thanks Anne!
Anne: You’re welcome, Grey!
- Expressing pain
· Ouch. It hurts!
· Ugh, it’s very painful!
· Oh, it’s killing me!
Lorence: Hei! Watch out!
Lorence: Are you OK?
Raisha: Ugh, it hurts!
Lorence: I had warned you! Why don’t you watch around before cross the road?
Raisha: I don’t bring my glasses. I am sorry.
Lorence: Ok. Let’s have medicine.
- Expressing pleasure
· I’m pleased.
· I enjoyed it.
· I love it.
· It was terrific.
· I’m delighted.
Tommy: Barnney, how is your new job? Do you like it?
Barnney: No, it doesn’t seem like what I imagine before. How about yours?
Tommy: I’m delighted! My boss is very kind person. He gives me a lot of work to do but he always appreciates my work eventhough it is bad.
Barnney: What a lucky man you are! Congrats boy!