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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That lamp produces a very ___ effect.CorrectIncorrect
Life is so ___ sometimes.CorrectIncorrect
The news was so ___ that she burst into tears.CorrectIncorrect
The whole family was ___ by the loss of their dog.CorrectIncorrect
She was ___ by the film. The ending was especially ___.CorrectIncorrect
___ at the thought of his first day at school, Jan began to cry.CorrectIncorrect
As ___ as it is to be with your friends, everyone needs to spend some time alone.CorrectIncorrect
How to get the cheese was ___. The result was a very ___ mouse.CorrectIncorrect