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I enjoyed it yesterday

I went to the stadium for watch a football match yesterday.
J-league has started this year too.
I'm extremely happy!
But this match is lost...
I think my team is not bad.
I am going to watch the match on TV next week.

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Well, I've a question.
I'm glad、I'm pleased、I'm happy...
I don't know these differences.

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    I enjoyed it yesterday

    I went to the stadium to watch a football match yesterday.
    J-league has started this year too.
    I'm extremely happy!
    But my team lost the match...
    I don't think my team is bad. (Or "I think my team is okay.")
    I am going to watch the match on TV next week.

    ___________________________
    Well, I have a question.
    I'm glad、I'm pleased、I'm happy...
    I don't know these differences.

     

    Comments: Some of what you wrote just sounds awkward. "Okay" is a synonym for "not bad" and sounds more natural in that sentance. Also, "I've" can only be used as a present participle. "I've done something" or "I've studied all week." When you physically have something, it must be two words: "I have a book; I have a question." Lastly, there is no difference between glad, pleased and happy.

     

    I enjoyed it yesterday

    I went to the stadium for watching a football match yesterday.
    J-league has started this year too.
    I'm extremely happy!
    But this match was lost...
    I think my team is not bad.
    I am going to watch the match on TV next week.

    ___________________________
    Well, I've a question.
    I'm glad、I'm pleased、I'm happy...
    I don't know these differences.

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