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Free English Writing Exercise: Verbs and Participle Adjectives -ED or -ING

Free English Writing Practice: When do we use the -ED or the -ING form of the verb as an adjective? 

Free English Writing Practice smallEnglish Verbs and Participle Adjectives often cause confusion for English learners. In this free DailyStep English Writing Quiz + Study Links, you can learn to avoid mistakes when you are speaking and writing in English. 

The answers + study links are at the bottom of the page. If you are a DailyStep English subscriber, you can also log in to listen to the answers, and please remember to speak along with me.

So first, let's start the quiz.

P
lease write the correct form of each of the verbs in brackets (...),  making sure you use the correct preposition, such as IN or ON - if it is needed. If you do not know the grammar, please study this topic first.

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Here are the answers to your writing quiz.


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1. (AMUSE) I thought the movie was very amusing. I laughed a lot while I was watching it. That actor always amuses me. He is so funny.

2. (CONFUSE) This map confuses me. Why is it so confusing?  I am especially confused about/by this section of the map. It doesn't make any sense to me.

3. (EMBARRASS) Do you get easily embarrassed? What kinds of things embarrass you? Are there any situations that you find particularly embarrassing?

4. (SURPRISE) The news that he passed the exam was very surprising. I was particularly surprised about the fact that he got the highest mark in the whole class. Does that surprise you too?

5. (BORE) Some teachers say that learning English grammar is boring but I think that is because they are bored by/with it themselves. If a teacher finds English grammar boring, then perhaps they are in the wrong job!

6. (EXCITE) My sister is really excited about moving to her new house. The most exciting thing for her is that her new house is near the beach.

 

How many answers were correct for you? If you made some mistakes, please study this topic here.

Free English Writing Exercise - ING or ED forms of participle adjectiveJ