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  • The earthquake exhibit is really ....................... (excite)
    exciting
  •  15
  • I was ..................... (fascinate) by the fish.
    fascinated
  •  20
  • Jay was .........................(frighten) of the snakes
    frightened
  •  15
  • I didn’t find that very .....................(interest).
    interesting
  •  15
  • That was the most ......................... (frighten) thing I’ve ever done!
    frightening
  •  20
  • What’s wrong? You look so ................ (bore).
    bored
  •  5
  • Do you think science is ....................... (excite)?
    exciting
  •  15
  • Are you ....................(interest) in human biology?
    interested
  •  15
  • What do you find .................(fascinate)?
    fascinating
  •  20
  • Have you ever been ..................(amaze) by something?
    amazed
  •  15
  • When I heard the news i was ....................... (shock)
    shocked
  •  15
  • He's such a monotonous speaker. I was so .................................(bore) .
    bored
  •  20
  • Most sequels are ................................. (disappoint)
    disappointing
  •  15
  • I had such a ................................. (tire) day I went straight to bed.
    tiring
  •  20
  • Everyone's very ................................. (excite) about the news.
    excited
  •  15
  • I was ................................. (amaze) when she told me she'd got divorced.
    amazed
  •  15
  • He's such a ................................. (bore) guy. He only ever talks about himself.
    boring
  •  20
  • I'm very ................................. (interest) in films and theatre.
    interested
  •  15
  • It was a very ................................. (interest) situation.
    interesting
  •  10
  • There's been some very ................................. (surprise) news
    surprising
  •  20
  • He's always showing off. It's really .................................. (annoy).
    annoying
  •  15
  • I walked into this restaurant and there was Andy with a strange woman. He seemed really .................................. . (embarrass)
    embarrassed
  •  25
  • She kept talking about her boyfriend problems all night. It was rather .................................. . (embarrass)
    embarrassing
  •  20
  • ’ve just read a very ................... (amuse) book
    amusing
  •  15
  • The basketball game was very................. (excite) because both teams played well.
    exciting
  •  15
  • I couldn’t find the way to your house because your map was very ............(confuse)
    confusing
  •  15
  • I was ................ (amaze) that your daughter did so well in her exam
    amazed
  •  20
  • Please go away. You are very ..................(annoy).
    annoying
  •  15
  • I was ........................ (shock)when I saw the bill! It was £54.25!
    shocked
  •  25
  • I was very ................ (embarrass) because I didn’t understand Spanish
    embarrassed
  •  20
  • Everybody was .................. (amuse) by her imitations of her teachers.
    amused
  •  25