What I don't want to be like

Look at these photographs. How do these people feel? Why are they like that? What might have happened to them?


josexrg

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1.She is resigned. I think that she doesn't received what she was hoping.
2.She is snowed under. She should have a lot of works for to do.
3.He is impatient.They received a bad new in his E-mail.

forrwen

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1.She is resigned. I think that she doesn't received what she was hoping. 2.She is snowed under. She should have a lot of works for to do. 3.He is impatient.They received a bad new in his E-mail.

1. She is resigned.  She probably did have the result she expected.

2. She is snowed under (very good)/overwhelmed.  She MUST have too much work to do.

3. He is impatient/angry because of an e-mail he received.

M.John

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1.She is resigned. I think that she [doesn't] hasn't received what she was hoping. 2.She is snowed under. She [should have] has a lot of [works for] work to do. 3.He is impatient.[They] He received [a] bad news in his E-mail.

 

gotango

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1.She is resigned. I think that she didn't received what she was hoping.

2.She is snowed under. She should has a lot of works for to do.

3.He is angryHe received a bad news in his E-mail.

Johnz825

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1.She is resigned. I think that she  doesn't  has not received whatever she was hoping for.    2.She is snowed under.  She should have a lot of work s  for  her  to do.   3. He is impatient. They   he has received  a  bad news in his E-mail.

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Esta es mi versión en inglés.

1. The mood of this lady has changed and she has become "resigned" to the present situation, so  my opimion is, that she was / or,  she has been expecting to receive something, but it has not arrived, so now she is exasperated.

2. Now there is more work than she can cope with, so she is snowed under,  so she is not sure if she can keep up with all this work to do.

3. He is extremely frustrated, because for him a problem has just arrived on his Laptop.

Hasta pronto,

Norman.

SpanishLady92

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1.She is resigned. I think that she hasn't received what she was hoping. 2.She is snowed under. She has a lot of work  to do. 3.He is impatient.He has received  bad news in his E-mail.

Good!