''--IINNGG'' OORR ''--EEDD'' AADDJJEECCTTIIVVEESS
bored-boringsurprised-surprising relaxed-relaxing
excited-exciting tired...
''--IINNGG'' OORR ''--EEDD'' AADDJJEECCTTIIVVEESS
bored-boringsurprised-surprising relaxed-relaxing
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  1. 1. ''--IINNGG'' OORR ''--EEDD'' AADDJJEECCTTIIVVEESS bored-boringsurprised-surprising relaxed-relaxing excited-exciting tired-tiring frightened-frightening shocked-shocking confused-confusing interested-interesting pleased-pleasing embarrassed-embarrassingWe were all _______ when we saw a lion coming towards us. In my opinion,spa holiday is the most _______ holiday of all.You can get red of all your stress I think this magazine about nature looks quite _______ . Can I have a look at it? When Helen saw a lovely puppy in her birthday present box she felt very _______ . Anny and Fanny felt _______ so they decided to go to the cinema. The accident we had was quite _______ . Three people were seriously injured. After three hours of shopping we were extremely _______ . I like adventure so I find white water rafting very _______ . This jigsaw puzzle is too _______ for me.It has got 4000 pieces. I felt quite _______ when I fell down in front of whole class. "Frankenstein" is the most _______ film I have ever watched. Welcome to our school Mandy. We are all _______ to meet you. Working on a farm is more _______ than working in an office.You need to be strong to do it. Two men were looked really _______ after a 15 minute sauna massage. www.englishwsheets.com
  2. 2. ''--IINNGG'' OORR ''--EEDD'' AADDJJEECCTTIIVVEESS bored-boringsurprised-surprising relaxed-relaxing excited-exciting tired-tiring frightened-frightening shocked-shocking confused-confusing interested-interesting pleased-pleasing embarrassed-embarrassingWe were all frightened when we saw a lion coming towards us. In my opinion,spa holiday is the most relaxing holiday of all.You can get red of all your stress I think this magazine about nature looks quite interesting . Can I have a look at it? When Helen saw a lovely puppy in her birthday present box she felt very surprised . Anny and Fanny felt bored so they decided to go to the cinema. The accident we had was quite shocking . Three people were seriously injured. After three hours of shopping we were extremely tired . I like adventure so I find white water rafting very exciting . This jigsaw puzzle is too confusing for me.It has got 4000 pieces. I felt quite embarrassed when I fell down in front of whole class. "Frankenstein" is the most frightening film I have ever watched. Welcome to our school Mandy. We are all pleased to meet you. Working on a farm is more tiring than working in an office.You need to be strong to do it. Two men were looked really relaxed after a 15 minute sauna massage. www.englishwsheets.com

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