1. At the sight of the ferocious wolf, I felt so scared that my throat tightened and my knees felt weak.（嗓子发紧，膝盖发软）
2. At the sight of the ferocious wolf, I froze with terror, too scared to move an inch. （吓呆了，不敢动弹）
3. At the sight of the ferocious wolf, I was seized by a strong sense of horror and my palms were sweating. （被深深地恐惧感所控制，手心出汗）
1. Hearing the bad news, Marry fainted away on the spot and fell into unconsciousness. （当场晕倒，陷入昏迷）
2. Hearing the bad news, Mary froze with shock, as if rooted on the ground. （僵住了，像扎根在地上一样）
3. It is desperately sad news and I am absolutely shattered to hear it. （这是极为令人悲伤的消息，我听后完全被击垮了）
1. He flared up at the word. （他一听到这个字就勃然大怒）
2. His face clouded with anger. （他气得脸色阴沉）
3. He could hardly/scarcely contain his rag. （他几乎控制不住怒火）
4. He was breathing fire and fury. （他充满着怒火）
5. Sheldon felt so angry that he stormed out of the room, slamming the door furiously behind him. （冲出房间；狠狠摔门）
6. Boiling with rage, Sheldon shook his fist at me. （怒火中烧；挥舞拳头）
7. Filled with fury, Sheldon was unable to utter single word. （充满愤怒）
1. Loisel returned at night with hollow, pale face. （空洞、苍白的脸）
2. He gave up the attempt in despair. （他在绝望中放弃了这种尝试）
3. She hanged herself out of despair. （她因绝望而上吊自尽）
4. As the result of an accident, Tony was suddenly thrown into a world of darkness and sank into hopelessness. （投入黑暗之中；陷入绝望）
1. Upon hearing the bad news, her heart ached, tears streaming down her cheeks. （心痛，眼泪直流）
2. Upon hearing the bad news, she, numb with grief, had trouble speaking.
3. Upon hearing the bad news, she felt seized by a burst of sadness and couldn't help crying bitterly. （被一股悲伤之感控制，忍不住哭泣）
1. She felt so ashamed that she could feel her face burning. （脸上滚烫）
2. So ashamed was she that she could feel the blood rush to her face. （血液涌上脸颊）
3. He went home ashamed, chocking with anger and confusion. (哽咽着，内心充满困惑与气愤)
4. He was consumed with guilt after the accident. （心中充满愧疚）
5. She was humiliated because her behaved so badly/didn’t behave themselves. （因表现得不好而愧疚）
1. Overcome with bitter disappointment at his failing to win a prize, he locked himself up in his room. （极度失望）
2. His heart sank when he heard the news that he failed to win a prize. （心一沉）
3. The news that he didn't win prize immediately threw him into low spirits.
4. She rebounded（弹回，振作） from disappointment. (她从失望中振作起来）
5. He was dismayed to learn of their disloyalty. （他得知他们对他的不忠，感到很失望）
1. When the host announced that she won the prize, her eyes twinkled with excitement. （激动得两眼放光）
2. When the host announced that she won the prize, her heart was thumping with excitement. （激动得心砰砰跳）
3. When the host announced that she won the prize, a wild excitement took hold of her. （兴奋不能自已）
4. She tingled with excitement. （tingle vi.强烈地感到）
5. When you walk in, a hush falls over your soul and your body starts to tingle.
1. When his mother kissed him on the cheek, it seemed as if the baby were on top of the world. （非常开心）
2. When the mother kissed the baby on the cheek, his face beamed and his bright smile lit up the room. （眉开眼笑，笑容照亮房间）
3. When the mother kissed the baby on the cheek， his eyes danced with joy and sweetness. （欢欣雀跃）
4. He trod on air for getting high mark. （他因得了高分而洋洋得意）
5. Everyone rejoiced at the news of his safe return. （听到他安全返回的消息，大家都欣喜万分）
1. tread [ tred ]
（treading， trod， trodden， treads）
vi.（literary） If you tread in particular way you walk that way. 行走
e.g. She trod casually, enjoying the touch of the damp grass on her feet.
2. rejoice [ rɪˈdʒɔɪs ] （＋at/in/over）
vt. ＆ vi.（ formal） to feel or show great happiness about something 非常高兴；深感欣喜；充满喜悦
e.g. Everyone rejoiced at the news of his safe return.
She rejoiced in her good fortune.