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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Participle adjectives 2

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Participles used as adjectives 2 | level: Intermediate



REMEMBER: Past participles "-ed" are used to describe how people feel, while present participles "-ing" are used to describe something that causes the feelings. Choose the correct word:


1. This treatment is really great. It makes me feel so __________________.
  relaxed
  relaxing

2. I didn't like that movie. I thought it was too __________________.
  depressed
  depressing

3. He wasn't __________________ with my response.
  satisfied
  satisfying

4. What an __________________ situation!
  embarrassed
  embarrassing

5. I can't talk anymore because I'm really __________________.
  tired
  tiring

6. My grandmother's ankles were __________________ from walking so much.
  swelled
  swollen

7. Most of the fans were __________________ with the concert.
  disappointing
  disappointed

8. This is ________________ news!
  excited
  exciting

9. His explanation wasn't very __________________.
  convincing
  convinced

10. The woman worked for 15 hours straight. She was __________________.
  exhausting
  exhausted


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