11 March 2014

Expressions: Moods

Do you know how to express different moods 情绪 (qíngxù)? It's easy, get the desired adjective/noun and put it after the personal pronoun and the word/s to express the grade or intensity. If you want to negate a mood, change the grade word by a negation structure. Let's learn how the most important moods are written and used in Chinese.



pronoun + grade/intensity + adjective/noun

If you are hungry
我很饿
Wǒ hěn è
I'm very hungry

If you are thirsty
我很
Wǒ hěn
I'm very thirsty 

If you are hot
我很
Wǒ hěn
I'm very hot 

If you are cold
我很
Wǒ hěn lěng
I'm very cold 

If you are tired
我很
Wǒ hěn lèi
I'm very tired 

If you are sleepy
我很
Wǒ hěn kùn
I'm very sleepy 

If you are happy
我很高兴
Wǒ hěn gāoxìng
I'm very happy

If you are sad
我很难过
Wǒ hěn nánguò
I'm very sad 

If you are angry
我很生气
Wǒ hěn shēngqì
I'm very angry