Words used to describe facial expressions in English

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2017年8月18日
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The expression on someone's face can tell you a lot about what they are thinking or what they are feeling like, or even the emotions they are going through.

Beaming - smiling broadly; grinning

Quizzical - showing that you are confused or surprised by something, and perhaps that you think it is rather strange and funny

Grin - To smile broadly, often baring the teeth.

Winced - The facial expression of sudden pain.

Dirty Look - An angry face or a frown.

Pouted - To exhibit displeasure or disappointment.

Glazed over - A glazed look or expression shows no interest or emotion.

Long Face - An unhappy or disappointed expression.

Unreadable - If someone’s face, eyes, or expression are unreadable, you cannot guess what they are thinking.

Dumbfounded - An expression on the face as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise.

CNN 10 September 26, 2017 with English subtitles

source: Chau Pham     2017年9月25日
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source: Your English Web    2016年11月3日
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source: Your English Web    2015年12月8日
In this English lesson you will learn some of the words we use when we speak about politics in English.
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10 Very Short Conversations | Set 22 | Updated | English Speaking Practi...

source: Mark Kulek 2017年8月23日
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source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline      2017年8月7日

Using participles as adjectives (BBC Learners' Questions)

source: BBC Learning English     2017年9月1日
Watch this video and then try our quiz on our website to test what you've learnt: http://www.live.bbc.co.uk/learningeng...

Tutul from Bangladesh says: I am confused as to when I can use participles as adjectives. For example, I can say: I saw a barking dog. But I can't say: I saw a barked dog. Why not?

Participle Adjectives
English has a number of adjectives made from verb participles. These end with -ing or are a past participle form of the verb (often -ed). -ing adjectives have a similar meaning to active verbs. Past participles have passive meanings. If you are unsure which to use, transform the participle adjective into a relative clause. If it doesn’t make sense as a relative clause, it doesn’t make sense as a participle adjective. There are not many verb participles that can be used as adjectives in both –ed and –ing forms.

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source: Learn English Lab    2017年8月11日
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A Dream Come True and other common expressions in English

source: JenniferESL     2017年8月3日
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source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com    2017年8月4日
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