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Adjectives ending with -ed/ -ing (YE3)
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    Practice using adjectives ending with -ed/ -ing
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  • You look really ______. Why don't you go to bed? (tire)
    tired
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  • Can I call you? I've got some very ______ news for you! (excite)
    exciting
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  • My neighbor is always playing loud music. It's very ______. (annoy)
    annoying
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  • The directions were ___ and we got lost. (confuse)
    confusing
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  • I was really ___ that I won the competition. (surprise)
    surprised
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  • She didn't call about the car. I don't think she's ___ in buying it. (interest)
    interested
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  • My cats get really ___ when there's a thunderstorm. (frighten)
    frightened
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  • His exam results were really ___. (disappoint)
    disappointing
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  • I loved my maths teacher! Lessons with her were never ___. (bore)
    boring
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  • I was ___ that I didn't get the job. (disappoint)
    disappointed
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  • I'm reading a really ___ book. (interest)
    interesting
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  • The children were so ___ they couldn't sleep. (excite)
    excited
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  • Our company isn’t making any money. It’s very ______. (worry)
    worrying
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  • I like my new chair. It’s quite ______. (relax)
    relaxing.
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  • Moving to a new home is hard work. It’s _____. (tire)
    tiring
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  • He was ______ when he arrived late for class. (embarrass)
    embarrassed
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