ADJECTIVES ENDING IN –ED / -ING
What word do you need to complete the sentences?
confused disgusting bored disappointed surprised interesting disgusted amusing boring interested disappointing confusing depressed amused depressing surprising
1. I do the same thing every day. My job is very ______ . 2. I have nothing to do. I'm ______ . 3. My job is very varied. I find it ______ . 4. I'm ______ in applying for the job. 5. I heard some very ______ news. I'm going to lose my job. I feel terrible. 6. Cheer up . Don't feel so ______ . There are plenty of other jobs. 7. I heard a very ______ story. It will make you laugh. 8. It's not ______ that you failed the exam. You never did any work. 9. I don't understand this exercise. I'm very ______ . 10. I thought your behaviour at the party was ______ . You were sick in the middle of the room. 11. My trip to Paris has been cancelled. I'm really ______ . I really wanted to go. 12. The performance of the English team was very ______ . They played much worse than expected. 13. There are a lot of road signs. It's all very ______ . 14. I am very ______ in this subject. I find it fascinating. 15. The lesson was really ______ . I almost fell asleep. 16. I was ______ by her behaviour. It was very funny. 17. I was ______ by the news. I didn't expect it. 18. I was ______ by his behaviour. It was outrageous. 19. I'm ______ in finding out more about this. Where can I look? 20. When the students did badly, the teacher became really ______ and didn't smile for weeks.