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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #24134: Adjectives in -ed or -ing
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    Adjectives in -ed or -ing


    Choose the right adjective.



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    1. The TV programme was so that I fell asleep.

    2. Children can't get to sleep on Christmas Eve. They are too

    3. Where have you been? We have been so about you!

    4. I've got a present for you darling. - For me? - Don't look so , I often buy you presents.

    5. The art exhibition was very interesting but I find going round galleries and museums very

    6. Some people don't go out at night because they're that someone will rob them.

    7. Our financial situation is very . We spend more and more, but we're earning less and less.

    8. You are yawning! are you listening to me? - Yes, I'm really in what happened, I'm just tired.

    9. I'm going to the Far East for three months. - How ! how lucky!

    10. Was you father when you told him your exam results? - He was furious.









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