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Participial adjectives a quick lesson

Here’s a quick, quick, quick lesson for these types of adjectives.

See the presentation and after do the quiz. Careful because the quiz has nearly 40 questions and you will have six minutes to answer all of them.

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Participial adjectives EMOTIONS

Here you have a vocabulary quiz related to participial adjectives

Which adjective should I use -ing or -ed?

For example Is this quiz boring or bored?

 

Quiz by Serena

VERB: ANNOY

I can't stand my neighbours noisy parties. I find them so__

VERB: WORRY

I find this report about unemployment very ___.

VERB: AMUSE

The neighbours kept us ___ with their stories about the trip.

VERB: BORE

I haven't got anything to do and I'm ___. Please, let's go home!

 

 

VERB: AMAZE

When I opened the letter, I was ___ to find out that I'd won a fortune.

VERB: INTEREST

I'm really____ in reading.

VERB: AMUSE

I thought the film was very ___.

VERB: UPSET

She finds the exam results too ___ to talk about them.

VERB: PLEASE 

It's very ___ to listen to Jane telling stories.

VERB: BORE

This is the most____ film I've seen in my life! What a waste of time watching it!!!

VERB: FASCINATE

A new generation of scientists became __ by the dinosaurs.

VERB: FRIGHTEN

The number of youngsters involved in crime is__

VERB: TERRIFY

I still find it __ to find myself surrounded by a large crowd.

VERB: TERRIFY

He was ___ when he heard the door open.

VERB: EMBARRASS

I have never felt so ___ in my life!

VERB: FASCINATE

Madagascar is the most ___ place I've ever been to.

VERB: DISAPPOINT

The results for his driving test were very ____.

VERB: EMBARRASS

Some men find it ___ to talk about their feelings.

VERB: SHOCK

When their parents arrived they were absolutely____. Somebody had broken in!

VERB: ANNOY

My father was __ about the bump on the car.

VERB: EXCITE

I feel ready for this new and___challenge.

VERB: RELAX

What I need is a nice, ___ holiday!

VERB: SURPRISE

It's not at all ___ that the team lost the game.

VERB: SURPRISE

Peter seemed ___ to find the big mansion empty.

VERB: INTEREST

Here are some really ______books.

VERB: WORRY

You look ____. What's the matter?

VERB: PLEASE 

Felicity seemed ___ at the suggestion.

VERB: FRIGHTEN

Jack was too __ to tell his family what had happened.

VERB: EXCITE

The kids were really ____ about going on a beach holiday.

VERB: DEPRESS

What a pity our holiday is over. I feel a bit __ about going back to the dull English weather.

VERB: AMAZE

Are you sure that's what happened? It sounds like an __ story to me.

VERB: DEPRESS

Now, that film was so ___. I feel like I want to cry.

VERB: DISAPPOINT

My girlfriend was ___ to see she hadn't got the job.

VERB: SHOCK

The had a party and left the house in a ____state after.

 

VERB: RELAX

The family felt really ___ once everything had calmed down.

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