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 ESL BLUE                      adjectives ending in -ing and -
 (s)                           ed

Write the correct form of the adjective in the box.


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                                                                                                 Correct
                                                                                                 Forms:

  1.        Grammar rules frustrate me. They're not                                frustrating   frustrating
            logical. They are so __________.

  2.        They frustrate me but they don't bore me. I                            bored         bored
            am never __________ when I study
            grammar.

  3.        Normally a language class stimulates me.                                             stimulated
            Of course, it depends on the teacher. With
            some teachers I don't feel __________.

  4.        Their classes bore me. And I'm not the only                                          boring
            one. Many students find these classes very
            __________.

  5.        If teachers want to interest the students,                                           interesting
            they must use __________ material.

  6.        How can teachers interest students? One                                              interesting
            way is to have __________ discussions.

  7.        Certain subjects interest almost everybody.                                          interested
            For example, most students are __________
            in the subject of crime and morality.



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  8.        It's important to speak in a language class,                                         frightened
            but it frightens many students. They are too
            __________ to speak in front of so many
            people.

  9.        And me? Well, certain things frighten me,                                            frightened
            but not that. I am never __________ when I
            speak in class.

  10.       Exams, however, really frighten me. Exams                                            frightening
            are the only __________ thing in a
            language course.

  11.       Exams tire me, both physically and                                                   tired
            emotionally. After a two-hour exam I am
            really __________.

  12.       All the mental effort exhausts the student.                                          exhausting
            Ask anybody. They all agree. Exams are
            __________.

  13.       But if I get a good grade, now that excites                                          excited
            me. And if I get more than ninety percent, I
            am really __________.

  14.       In conclusion, I must confess that languages                                         fascinating
            fascinate me. I will always want to learn a
            new and __________ language.




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