What's the matter? *用于對方身體不舒服或對方有什么異常時。
What's the matter? You look sad. (你怎么了?顯得這么傷心。)
Nothing. I'm just tired. (沒什么。我只是累了。)
Is anything wrong?
What's the problem?
Is something bothering you? *bother “使……煩心”、“折磨”。
Are you okay? *用于對方發生什么不好的事情時。
Are you all right?
What's going on?
What's going on? (到底怎么回事?)
We were just talking. (我們只是說說。)
Is something on your mind? *be on a person's mind “有什么掛心的事”。
Do you have something on your mind?
What are you worried about? (你擔心什么?)
What's on your mind? (你擔心什么呢?)
Is anything bothering you?
I was worried about you.
I was concerned about you.
Please don't go out of your way.
I'll drop you off. (我送你回家。)
Please don't go out of your way. (請不要特地送我。)
You look serious.
You look serious. (你怎么那么嚴肅。)
This is important. (這事很重要。)
You look grave.
You look sad today.
You don't look very happy today.
Why are you so glum? *glum “悶悶不樂的”、“憂郁的”、“愁悶的”。
Why are you so glum? (你怎么悶悶不樂的呀?)
My girlfriend just dumped me. (女朋友剛跟我吹了。)*dump “拋棄”。
Why so glum?
Why the long face?
You look exhausted. *exhausted “精疲力盡”、“疲勞不堪”，表示在此情況下再也不能做任何事情的疲勞感。
You look very tired.
You look worn-out.
You look bushed. *俚語。
You look pooped. *俚語。
You need a break.
It's six o'clock already. (已經6點了。)
Yeah, you need a break. (是呀，你該休息會兒了。)
You need a rest.
You need to take a break.
You should take it easy. (你該放松會兒。)
Something is wrong with you today.
You're not yourself today.
You seem different today.
Who are you irritated with? *用be irritated with...表示“為……而急躁的”、“為……而發怒的”。
Who has irritated you?
I think you're nervous. (我覺得你太緊張。)
No, I'm not nervous! (沒有，我不緊張。)
You seem nervous. (你好像很緊張。)