Do this quick exercise to easily understand the difference between -ed and -ing adjective endings.
Remember that adjectives that end in -ed describe how you feel, and that adjectives that end in -ing describe the action by something or someone.
Choose the correct form of the adjective to complete each sentence.
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I am ___ when I see a spider.CorrectIncorrect
I am so ___ that I don’t want to get up.CorrectIncorrect
I thought their idea was ___.CorrectIncorrect
My young daughter is ___ of dogs.CorrectIncorrect
It’s been a ___ day. I’m ready to go to bed.CorrectIncorrect
She is very ___ with her exam results.CorrectIncorrect
I loved the book, but I thought the film was very ___.CorrectIncorrect
The nurse’s needle was ___. I felt ___ when she looked at me.CorrectIncorrect
The programme on TV last night was ___. I was ___ watching it.CorrectIncorrect
This morning my alarm clock wouldn’t stop ringing. It has a very ___ sound. When I hear it, I get ___.CorrectIncorrect