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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #61326: Adjectives: -ed or -ing
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    Adjectives: -ed or -ing

    Form an adjective with the word in brackets.

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    1. It was a terrible play and I was (bore) from start to finish.

    2. I'm very (excite) because I'm going to New York tomorrow.

    3. I'm reading a very (interest) book at the moment.

    4. Most people were (surprise) that they won the championship.

    5. His speech was very long and very (bore).

    6. Were you (disappoint) by the film?

    7. The ghost was very (frighten).

    8. I wasn't nervous before the exam; I was (relax).

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