Answering Questions about "Emotions" in Listening and Reading Comprehension (CELPIP)

Discussions about problems and solutions can evoke a wide range of emotions from both the person facing the problem and the one offering a solution. Here are some possible feelings for each party:

Person with the Problem:

  1. Angry: They might feel angry about the situation or the perceived injustice of the problem.
  2. Worried: Concerned about the potential consequences and the impact of the problem on their life.
  3. Frustrated: Feeling a sense of helplessness or irritation at not being able to resolve the issue easily or quickly.
  4. Anxious: Nervous or uneasy about the uncertainty surrounding the problem.
  5. Stressed: Overwhelmed by the pressure of dealing with the issue.