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-ed and -ing adjectives




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Adjectives ending in -ED e -ING.

In some specific cases, when you want to express how you feel, you must use adjectives ending in -ED.

 e.g. I feel borED today. I must have some fun!

But when someone/something provokes  something in you, adjectives ending in -ING must be used.

e.g. Loud noise is stressING.

Exercises

Choose the incomplete adjectives filling in the blanks with "ed" ou "ing"  according to the cartoons to form proper adjectives.

a.My work is sometimes . (tir...). I am not  (satisf...) with it.


b.This monster is horrible! I feel so ! (scar...)

 

c.Theater is for me. (interest...). I am  in drama (interest...).

 


d.Why didn't you answer my e-mails? I am so  at you! (disappoint...)


e.I was very (shock...) when I saw that scene!

 


f.It was really  to see the cat unrolling the toilet paper(surpris...)!


g.Your new car is so ! (amaz...)


 
h.I ´m really  because you didn ´t stop at the traffic lights! (annoy...)


 
i.I am very (excit...) because I will go to Paris and visit the Louvre to see Mona Lisa painting!


j.It is such a (disgust...) scene!