Everyone was amazed to see her surfing so soon after her accident.
You'd be amazed how few students finished their homework.
If I were to tell you all I know, you would be amazed.
He amazed everyone by passing his driving test.
You'd be amazed how I can dance
The circus amazed and delighted the children.
She was amazed.
The magician made the dove disappear before our amazed eyes. I was amazed at the price.
1. I'm amazed you've lasted this long. / 2. I'm as amazed as you are.
I watched from the garage window, amazed at what I saw.
I was amazed to learn that fewer and fewer young people can write in cursive.
I was not so much scared as amazed.
I was absolutely amazed! I never thought it would happen.
I was really amazed by the northern lights when I went to Norway. They were so beautiful and unusual.
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I'm astonished by her cleverness.
His admission that he had stolen the money astonished his family.
The size of the elephant astonished the little boy.
The fearful noise astonished anyone coming for the first time.
His impractical proposal astonished us all.
I have to say I am astonished at how things are presented here.
The large size of his pay rise astonished Mr Jones.
When I asked to see my mother they seemed astonished.
Andy was astonished when his parents gave him a car for his birthday.
Everyone was astonished when I beat the school champion at tennis.
when the doctors and consultants came round on their ward rounds the next day, they were astonished to see my heart beating
They looked astonished when I announced I was pregnant.
I think astonished would be a more accurate word. / I'm not astonished you're here. / The whole school is astonished at his knowledge and intelligence. / I was astonished by his stupidity.
At the same time, it is ironic perhaps, I say ironic because in one sense, many Europeans are always astonished about the, and troubled by the religious overtone of some of our political discourse and how at times obsessed Americans seem to be with r
Should he know the fact, he would be astonished.
Inglés palabrazdumiony"(astonished) ocurre en conjuntos:Unit 4 - przymiotniki z -ing i -edmatura rozszerzona vocabulary - AFiszki z książki - "Tip Lewis and His Lamp" (Pansy)Fiszki z książki - "A Butterfly Chase" (P. J. Stahl)Fiszki z książki - "The Rocket Book" (Peter Newell)
The situation left him perplexed.
Her tears perplexed him.
He was utterly perplexed.
My friends were a bit perplexed about my decision (puzzled, confused)
He said with a perplexed expression, "I've heard nothing, so I can't say anything."
He was perplexed at the unexpected result.
He seemed a bit perplexed, and who could blame him.
she gave him a perplexed look
The explanation left me thoroughly perplexed
I have to say that the proposal concerning the buying back of quotas leaves me more perplexed.
She shut the door, frowning, obviously perplexed.
I'm perplexed at how smoothly it all went.
Prince William was perplexed at how his undisclosed injury could haveended up in the News of the World.
The students looked perplexed, so the teacher tried to explain once again.
The Bible, as a revelation from God, was not designed to give us all the information we might desire, nor to solve all the questions about which the human soul is perplexed, but to impart enough to be a safe guide to the haven of eternal rest.
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The astounded teacher congratulated the boy on his improvement in class.
She was astounded by his arrogance.
I was astounded to hear that Tina had left.
All of them seemed astounded by what they had heard.
I was astounded by the news that Mary won the first prize.
The news of his sudden death astounded me.
As I rowed out into the river, the clearness of the water astounded me.
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I was flabbergasted by the news.
I was absolutely flabbergasted at what she was paid
He was flabbergasted after learning his car had been stolen.
We were just flabbergasted when we saw how much the repairs cost.
Everyone was just flabbergasted that she was able to get pregnant at 48.
I'm flabbergasted to know the word "flabbergasted".
I was flabbergasted to hear that she died of a drug overdose. She always seemed like such a straight arrow to me.
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He was mystified by the strange noises.
The fine grammar points behind the izāfa have mystified the world to this day.
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7. astonished by
I was astonished by the result.
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8. amazed at
She was amazed at your goot knowledge
You walk down the street in any big city, you travel like that, and you are amazed at the diversity in the human species.
Inglés palabrazdumiony"(amazed at) ocurre en conjuntos:Słówka 1-7.01
The people standing around were amused and laughed at the brave little dog.
Ellen seemed amused by the whole situation
The person who knows how to laugh at himself will never cease to be amused.
The baby giggles when he’s amused.
The man looked a little amused.
She was amused.
I'm amused by his idea of leisure.
Instead she merely looked surprised and - could it be - amused.
I was amused to hear his account (rozbawiła mnie jego relacja) of what happened.
The family was amused and made bets on the colour every evening.
My mum was amused when she saw my grades.
Since children are more scared than amused by clowns, I wonder if some comedy trope of ours will become horror fodder in 100 years.
I don't think he will be amused.
amused means that something makes you smile, or makes you laugh a little bit.
Every request to mobilise this fund, however, leaves me even more baffled as to its fairness and effectiveness.
The compliment from her baffled me.
Baffled by Sherlock Holmes' cryptic remarks, Watson wondered whether Holmes was intentionally concealing his thoughts about the crime.
Third wish? The man was baffled. "How can it be a third wish if I haven't had a first and second wish?"
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11. astonished at
We were all astonished at the officer's rudeness.
Inglés palabrazdumiony"(astonished at) ocurre en conjuntos:3 Dependent prepositions NEF Intermediate 3 edition
He looked bewildered.
I was completely bewildered by his sudden change of mood.
I had never seen him so completely bewildered as he was on that day.
He was bewildered on that day.
He turned around, with a bewildered look onhis face.
I was bewildered at the sight of his strange behavior.
People were bewildered by the unexpected situation.
We are all bewildered by her inconstancy.
They seem somewhat bewildered, though.
I was bewildered by the range of choices.
He sat up in bed, bewildered, unsure of where he was.
I was absolutely bewildered hearing the news about the accident.
He gave me another bewildered look.
My brother was extremely bewildered when his wife left him.
He is pleased when we are bewildered.