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Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing

I am bored, not boring!

1. Choose the correct adjective that completes the sentences correctly.

A The whole neighborhood was  because of the robbers.

B  Jack was very  because his computer didn't work.

C Mary got a  birthday present.

D He had been running for 10 hours and was very  when he got to the finish.

E Ellis was a  beauty.

F Anna was very  at the restraurant because Jack spent the whole evening talking about football.

G Marty was  at the exam, as he didn't know the answers.

H My cousin doesn't find fishing .

I Jerry was reading an  story about pirates.

J Mary was not  by the clown's jokes.

2. Now match the sentences to the pictures. Write the letter of the sentence in the box.

 
                                                               
 
 
                                                         
 
 
                                                                                                    

 

       


 

 

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