Grammar Quiz

Adjectives Ed and Ing Quiz


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Melissa’s husband has not returned from work. She’s ________.
A. worried
B. worrying


My nephew was (amusing / amused) by the clown.

A. amusing

B. amused


Laura has worked all day. She is ____________ now.
A. tired
B. tiring


This book is very ____________.
A. bored
B. boring


I can’t believe I did that. How _________!
A. embarrass
B. embarrassing
C. embarrassed


She looks __________. Is she okay?
A. depressing
B. depressed
C. depress


Do you understand? You look _________. 
A. confused
B. confusing
C. confuse


You look ________. What happened?

A. Terrified

B. Terrifying


I like my new chair. It’s quite….

A. relaxed

B. relaxing


The man is ____________ about the English grammar.
A. confused
B. confusing


Last night my girlfriend and I were watching The ________ Spider Man.
A. Amazing
B. Amazed


This lesson is so (boring / bored)!

A. boring

B. bored


Are you _______________ in going to the Picasso exhibition tomorrow?

A. interested

B. interesting

C. interest


This movie is so ______. I feel like sleeping. 
A. bored
B. boring
C. boredom


This movie is _________. I don’t think I’ll sleep tonight.
A. Terrifying
B. Terrified


My brother is the most _______ person in the world. I hate him. 
A. annoying
B. annoyed
C. annoy


It’s so (frustrating / frustrated)! No matter how much I study I can’t seem to remember this vocabulary.

A. frustrating

B. frustrated


I couldn’t remember her name. I felt so ___________________ !

A. embarrassed

B. embarrassing

C. embarrass


I’m feeling (depressed / depressing), so I’m going to go home, eat some chocolate, and go to bed early with a good book.

A. depressed

B. depressing


I am very ____________ about the holidays!
A. excited
B. exciting




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