ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Participle adjectives 3 | 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. We walked by the (damaged/damaging) bridge.

2. The news was (damaged/damaging) to his reputation.

3. I found the song to be very (relaxed/relaxing). It made me feel calm.

4. There were a lot of (relieved/relieving) people in the room after the troublemaker left.

5. He has a (loved/loving) father who cares for him deeply.

6. They seemed really (irritated/irritating) by the joke.

7. His sense of humor can be pretty (irritated/irritating).

8. The band's last album was (disappointed/disappointing).

9. He was happy to hear such (encouraged/encouraging) words.

10. The candidate felt (satisfied/satisfying) with the results.





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