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Excited - Other Expressions

Sometimes, being too excited can be negative.  Here are some examples.

"I don't know what's wrong with him.  He's always excited for no reason."
"He's too hyper.  I don't know why he's excited about every little thing."

Hyper is usually used when someone has too much energy.

"If you feel too excited, you won't be able to sleep.  Then you won't perform that well tomorrow."
"Calm down.  You're over reacting."

"My friend can never go to sleep the day before we go skiing.  He always gets too excited."
"My dog gets excited whenever the doorbell rings."
"People with heart problems shouldn't get excited too often."
"You should feel excited about this opportunity."
"I don't understand why you're unhappy with your situation.  I'd feel excited to have your opportunity."
"Going to a concert is very exciting.  There are many people there with so much energy and it's very fun."
"It's exciting to see a great singer perform so powerfully."
"I'm excited about my trip to Europe.  It's going to be so fun."

Being pumped up is another way you can say you are excited.

"I'm pretty pumped up about my trip to Australia.  I'm really looking forward to it."
"I'm pumped up about working out.  I joined a health club and set a good schedule to follow."

Being thrilled about something is another way to say you are excited.

"It's so thrilling skiing down the mountain real fast."
"I'm thrilled thinking about buying a new car."

When you are referring to an exciting person, the word most commonly used is enthusiastic.

"He's a very enthusiastic person."
"I wish I had as much enthusiasm as he does."
"It's always fun to be around an enthusiastic person."

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