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ADJECTIVES �ED �ING

CHOOSE THE BEST OPTION

-�������� Sally has been running for three hours and now she is
-�������� My brother had an accident and his situation is quite
-�������� When we visited that abandoned house it was really
-�������� I think he was because he called me Mary and my name is Rose
-�������� That film is not despite being a comedy
-�������� Your bathroom is ! Couldn�t you clean it a little?
-�������� Are you in reading one of my novels?
-�������� What is the most story you�ve ever heard?
-�������� It was the most meeting I have ever attended.
-�������� When we broke the vase, we felt very .

FILL IN WITH THE SUITABLE FORM OF THE ADJECTIVE GIVEN

-�������� Is the book you are reading very�? Interest
-�������� The new James Bond film is really . Thrill
-�������� We were both that she hadn�t heard the news. Surprise
-�������� The images of the war were very . Depress
-�������� I nearly fell asleep in the cinema. The film was so �. Bore
-�������� She had such good marks that she was very . Encourage
-�������� Can you tell me where that �noise comes from? Annoy
-�������� They were �the weather wasn�t good yesterday. Disappoint
-�������� My sister was �by my old toys. Fascinate
-�������� When you are not in good spirits, it is �to stay in bed all day. Tempt