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More materials for Happiness Expression

Idioms which expresses the extreme happiness There are many informal idioms which mean extremely happy but here are the most useful ones: - I’m over the moon. - I’m in seventh heaven - I am / feel on top of the world. - I am thrilled to bits. - I am on cloud nine. Some other happiness Idioms: jump for joy: Meaning: be very happy and exited about something that has happened Example: Sara jumped for joy when she heard that she’d won first prize. somethings makes your day: Meaning: somethings makes you feel very happy Example: It’s great to hear it from you. it’s really made my day. be floating / walking on air: Meaning: be very happy about something good that has happened Example: I’ve been walking on air ever since Chris and I started going out together. get a real kick out of something: Meaning: Very much enjoy doing something (informal) Example: I get a real kick out of going for a run first thing in the morning before anyone else is up. do something for kicks: Meaning: Do something because it is exciting, usually something dangerous (informal) Example: Sandra is keen to have a go at bungee jumping – just for kicks. Some more Ways of expressing happiness and pleasure:

hooray interjection a word that you shout to show that you are excited and happy about something yippee interjection an expression of happiness and excitement. This word is used mainly by children. aah interjection used for showing that you are happy, satisfied, or surprised excellent adjective used for showing that you are very pleased about something lovely adjective used for saying you are pleased about something good for/on someone used for saying that you are happy about something good that someone has done or that has happened to them good adjective used for saying that you are pleased with someone, or are pleased about something thank God/goodness/heaven(s) used for saying that you are happy that something unpleasant has stopped or has not happened wonders will never cease used for saying that you are very surprised and happy about something sources: http://english-learners.com/2010/02/idioms-of-happiness.html http://www.macmillandictionary.com/thesaurus-category/british/Ways-of-expressing-happiness-and-pleasure http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=241116

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