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-ED and -ING Adjectives




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-ED and -ING Adjectives
 
 
 
 
 
 
I - Choose the correct answer:
 
 
* Adjectives that end in -ED are used to describe  .
* Adjectives that end in -ING are used to describe  .
 
Example 1: The movie was boring. The adjective "boring" refers to  .
Example 2: The audience was bored. the adjective "bored" refers to  
 
 
 
 
II - Complete the sentences with the correct adjective. Look at the verbs in parentheses:
 
   
 VERBFEELINGDESCRIPTION
annoy         annoyed          annoying
boreboredboring
confuseconfusedconfusing
depressdepresseddepressing 
exciteexcitedexciting
frightenfrightenedfrightening
frustratefrustratedfrustrating
satisfysatisfiedsatisfying
shockshockedshocking

1) Dogs often feel  during fireworks. (frighten)
2) The subway can be  the first time you use it. (confuse)
3) I think that rainy days in winter are  . (depress)
4) She's  with doing the same thing every day. (bore) 
5) It was the most  movie ever! (excite)
6) The meals at that café are  . (satisfy)