Adjectives Practice Page
Use the present participle (-ing) to
describe how something is.
Use the past participle (-ed) to describe
how someone feels.
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The children were (fascinate)________
by the animals in the zoo.
The animals were (fascinate)________
to the children.
The nature film was (fascinate)________
Susan was (fascinate) ________
by the nature film.
Jennifer is (interest)________
Computers are (interest)________
Jason is an (interest)________
person. I'd like to meet him.
Jason is (interest) ________
Some movies are very (bore)________
They make me sleepy.
Sara was (bore) ________
at the movie.
The professor's lecture was a little (bore)________
I almost fell asleep!
Professor Samuel's class (bore)________
I am really (bore) ________
Trying to learn another language can be (tire)________
Working for 12 hours with no break is (tire)________
for most people.
Johnathon is very (tire)________
today because he worked all day.
I am really (surprise)________
by the news.
The news is very (surprise)________
Jack's friends (surprise)________
him by giving him a surprise birthday party.
The birthday party was (surprise)________
Speaking English all day can be (frustrate)________
I get very (frustrate)________
Traffic is very (frustrate)________
Keiko was (frustrate) ________
when she lost her keys.
I am (finish) ________
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