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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110800: Adjectives - Ing and Ed
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    Adjectives - Ing and Ed

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    1. The festival wasn't as good as we had expected. It was (disappoint).

    2. She said that teaching young children is a very hard job and it makes her (exhaust).

    3. Our travel wasn't good. We were (disappoint) at our trip.

    4. The weather is cloudy and gloomy. This weather makes me (depress) .

    5. I like to go abroad. Going to a new country is always (excite) for me.

    6. My daughter is really (excite) about going abroad.

    7. Are you (interest) in becoming a famous actress.

    8. His behaviour was very (embarrass) . He is not a polite man.

    9. I was (astonish) by her wonderful IQ. She learns everything very fast.

    10. That house hadn't been cleaned for ages. It was really (disgust) .

    11. His mother is (annoy) because he is late.

    12. The new lesson was confusing. Most of the students were (confuse) .

    13. My father doesn't like his job. At the end of the day, he is (exhaust) .

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