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CHANGE THE VERBS IN BRACKETS INTO ADJECTIVES BY ADDING -ED OR -ING.
 I don't like country music very much. It's really  (bore).Besides, I'm too   (depress).
I was  (surprise) to see my grandparents dancing. They really seemed  (amuse). 
 She isn't very fit and gets  (tire) very quickly when skipping rope.
 I don't know how this is possible. This is very  (intrigue). 
Stop that zapping. It's so  (annoy). 
 Mr. Johnson was  (worry) that he wasn't strong enough.  It would be very  (embarrass) if he couldn't lift the weights.
 The cat was so  (frustrate) because he couldn't eat the sausages. 
 This cat didn't know what to do with the mouse. The poor thing was totally  (confuse). 
 My coach was  (disappoint) in me because I wasn't able to throw the ball through the basket.
 Calvin doesn't like his dinner. He finds it  (disgust). 
  He was  (thrill) when he saw us.
  Tom felt  (ashame) when we saw him picking his nose.
  Pete is  (terrify) right now. Going to the dentist is a very  (scare) thing for him.
  Hum, how  (interest). He really does some  (fascinate) stuff.
 I'm so  (excite). I've finally found my key.
 I don't know what they told him but he seems very  (irritate).
He has just heard some  (shock) news.
 
 
 I'm trying to have a  (relax) bath.
 His parents were  (satisfy) to see him take his first steps.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

       


 

 

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