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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #48887: Adjectives + '-ed' or '-ing'
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    Adjectives + '-ed' or '-ing'


    Adjective + ed

    Adjective + ing


     We use adjectives that end up with ed to express feelings.

          example: I feel bored when I listen to classical music.


     We use adjectives that end up with ing to describe places, things, activities ...

         example: they had a tiring trip.



    Someone is bored



    Something is boring

    Complétez avec la bonne terminaison: ING ou ED. N'écrivez pas le mot en entier.

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    1. I saw a frighten film on Tv last night.
    2. His exam results were disappoint .
    3. Can anybody stop that scream child ?
    4. We had a tir day.
    5. I didn't know what to say. I was a bit confus .
    6. It was such an embarrass situation.
    7. We didn't like the food. It was disgust .
    8. I'm really exhaust . I'll have to go to bed.
    9. The film was long and bor .
    10. The little boy was terrifi when he saw a big dog.

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