There are many different ways to express happiness; when you want to show a higher level of language, you need to know various synonyms of a word to be able to speak in an agile and flexible way. Here are just a few suggestions:
I am so happy to be improving my English.
I was thrilled with the news about your baby.
I am exhilarated by the way I am improving my English.
I was extremely content with the way you spoke to me.
My sister was beaming at her birthday party.
I am really cheerful this afternoon because I am going to spend time with my friends and family.
I am always very merry and jolly at Christmas.
I was delighted by what happened after the graduation ceremony.
Be over the moon
I was over the moon when I found out the big news.
Be a happy-camper
My boss is not exactly a happy-camper.
Be on cloud-nine
I was on cloud-nine by the end of the evening.
A little bit of grammar: GET + ADJECTIVE
Get + happy = become happy or start to feel happy
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- If you are feeling cheerful, is it easy to notice?
- When was the last time you were over the moon about something?
- When you are thrilled about something, who do you normally talk to?
- Will you be on cloud-nine if you learn to speak English fluently?
- Are you a happy-camper at the moment?