मत कहो ‘I AM NERVOUS’ | Learn Smart English Phrases & Vocabulary

As I always say, learning English is about expanding your English vocabulary all the time to speak fluent English easily with confidence. In today’s English practice lesson (In Hindi) you will learn new English words and sentence to replace the phrase, ‘I am Nervous’. Why use the same old words when there are so many alternative words in spoken English. Learn these English words and use them in your daily English conversation to sound smart. At Learnex we always make sure to bring you easy English lesson, that you could use to speak fluent English for the real world. We have a variety of English lessons covering topics such as – English Grammar, English conversation lessons, Correct English Pronunciation, Tips and trick on How to learn English faster and an easy way. Watch more than 500 English practice lessons in Hindi, that are specifically translated in Hindi for better understanding for Hindi medium students to improve their spoken English and speak English fluently and confidently. 

Practice Sentences


  • After the death of the famous political leader, the situation in the city was tensed
  • I haven’t finished my college project and now I am tensed about the deadline.
  • Just getting tensed will not help, we need to find a solution to our problem.
  • He was quite tensed about paying his house rent after losing his job.
  • After losing early wickets the situation in the dressing room was tensed.


  • I feel uneasy to ask money from my father.
  • It’s uneasy to face the boss, when he’s angry.
  • I feel uneasy when I am around girls.
  • I am not a party person, I feel quite uneasy when attending parties.
  • I am a bit uneasy about tomorrow’s job interview.


  • After he got jittery on stage last year, he has never dared to go up again.
  • Don’t be so jittery. The lesser you think about the presentation, the better you will feel.
  • I felt jittery when I updated my relationship status on Facebook. Now everyone knew that I was dating.
  • Hundreds of jittery fans waited for the cricket team outside the airport although it was well past midnight.
  • Despite a jittery start, the Indian team did well and finished strong in the second half of the world cup.


  • Sonia entered the room with an agitated face.
  • Anjali felt agitated when her husband did not pick up his phone all day.
  • Mayur got agitated as the interviewer kept on asking personal questions about his family and his health.
  • I feel tense and agitated when I have too much work to do.


  • After the plane continued to shake, the passengers began to get edgy for fear of the plane crashing.
  • All the people got edgy when their elevator suddenly got stuck on the thirteenth floor.
  • Ram was a quite edgy to get on the rollercoaster.


  • If our flight is delayed, there’s nothing we can do. There’s no reason to get so uptight about it.
  • He’s feeling a bit uptight about his exam tomorrow.
  • He gets all uptight if anyone insults him!
  • I wish you would stop being so uptight.


  • When he spoke his voice was jumpy, as it was his first time on the stage.
  • The Delhi heat makes me jumpy, even in my sleep.
  • We felt jumpy after she told us about the accident.
  • The recent violence in the city is over, but it’s left people feeling jumpy.
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