Emotions in the German language.
Hey everyone. Throughout my German Rosetta stone course I learnt many things like nouns, places, word order and more. One thing that I have found recently I have been lacking in is describing how I'm feeling to someone. I also understand that some emotions are said differently for example. Ich bin nervös I am nervous. as opposed to Ich freue mich I am happy. As you can see as one says Ich bin nervös the other one doesn't say Ich bin freu or however you would say it. Does anyone know a good site that teaches all/most of emotions and how you say them?
Hey thanks for the video. I watched it and it's good that it has some examples. I'll probably note down some ones that I will find useful at first and hopefully eventually I'll learn them all. Thanks again for the vid.
The popular Nicos Weg course covers this kind of vocabulary pretty well, with a lot of different sentence structures - in fact, I'd say that "talking about how you're feeling" makes up a large fraction of the content there. So it isn't really isolated as one topic, it's consistently distributed throughout.