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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87667: Boring vs Bored
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Boring vs Bored


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    1. Mona would like to change jobs. She finds her current job very .

    2. Everything on television this evening is so ! Let's go see a movie instead.

    3. I felt because the film was uninteresting and far too long.

    4. I am very with my job. I'm going to find a new one as soon as possible.

    5. In my opinion, Clara is a girl. She only talks about clothes.

    6. When I feel , I always read a book or the newspaper.

    7. This video game is ! Let's play another one.

    8. Have you ever been at school?

    9. When I was a child, I found school very .

    10. Their party was very so I left.









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