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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #122396: Adjectives - Ed or Ing
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    1. The blind man is excited because working with blind's keyboard on the computer is .

    2. They were shocked because the manner of the villain was .

    3. The bachelor was because the casual meeting with his friend was surprising.

    4. He was confused because revising the plans was .

    5. She was because being eliminated from the race was depressing.

    6. They were because destroying their house was disappointing.

    7. She was because her boyfriend's behaviour was insulting.

    8. He is frustrated because his current situation is .

    9. He is because his girlfriend is so fascinating!

    10. They were alarmed because the noise was .

    11. She was challenged because the test was .









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