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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #41526: Adjectives ending in 'ing' or 'ed' ?
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    Adjectives ending in 'ing' or 'ed' ?


     

    Let's see two examples :

     

     

    John is surprised if something surprising occurs.

     

    Or

     

     

    If something surprising occurs John may be surprised.

     

     

    Now in the following sentences  choose the right adjective





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    1. My son was very when an injury prevented him from competing in the Olympic Games.

    2. It rained most of the time when we were in England, which was very .

    3. 'I like being fifty ' I said with a grin.

    4. I am not with the way he cut my hair.

    5. Many people are by the continuing killing of dolphins.

    6. It is sometimes when you have to ask for money.

    7. How can you be so by a stupid computer game ?

    8. She learns fast. She is making progress.

    9. After a car accident, everybody was in shock.

    10. I am starting a new job next week, I am quite about it.









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