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exercice 3

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Exercise 2: Correct / Wrong
Read the sentences and decide whether the adjectives are in the correct form.
1. We had a thrilling ride on a rollercoaster at the amusement park.
a. Correct
b. Wrong
2. I am interesting in old books and stamps.
a. Correct
b. Wrong
3. It’s really annoying when people push in front of you in a queue, isn’t it?
a. Correct
b. Wrong
4. Success at work is a satisfied experience.
a. Correct
b. Wrong
5. I feel very frustrated when I can’t think of the correct word in English.
a. Correct
b. Wrong
6. I felt very embarrassing. Everybody was looking at me and I went bright red.
a. Correct
b. Wrong

 

1 He’s such a monotonous speaker. I was bored stiff. (bored / boring)
2 Most sequels are disappointing. (disappointed / disappointing)
3 I had such a tiring day I went straight to bed. (tired / tiring)
4 Everyone’s very excited about the news. (excited / exciting)
5 That lamp produces a very pleasing effect. (pleased / pleasing)
6 The whole school was saddened by the tragic event. (saddened / saddening)
7 I don’t like watching depressing films on my own. (depressed / depressing)
8 I was amazed when she told me she’d got divorced. (amazed / amazing)
9 He’s such a boring guy. He only ever talks about himself. (bored / boring)
10 I’m very interested in films and theatre. (interested / interesting)
11 No one knew what would happen next. We were all intrigued . (intrigued / intriguing)
12 It was a very interesting situation. (interested / interesting)
13 There’s been some very surprising news. (surprised / surprising)
14 His mother was disgusted by what she found under her bed. (disgusted / disgusting)
15 Their hamburgers are disgusting . (disgusted / disgusting)
16 Dad always arrives home from work thoroughly exhausted . (exhausted / exhausting)
17 He’s always showing off. It’s really annoying . (annoyed / annoying)
18 I think Alex is one of the most annoying people I’ve ever met. He can’t keep still for a second. (annoyed /
annoying)
19 I walked into this restaurant and there was Andy with a strange woman. He seemed really embarrassed .
(embarrassed / embarrassing)
20 She kept talking about her boyfriend problems all night. It was rather embarrassing . (embarrassed /
embarrassing)


Réponses

1. We had a thrilling ride on a rollercoaster at the amusement park.
a. Correct form – Yes – this adjective describes the ride, not your feelings
about the ride.
b. Wrong form – No – this sentence needs an adjective which describes the ride, not
your feelings about the ride.
2. I am interesting in old books and stamps.
a. Correct form – No – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how you feel.
b. Wrong form – Yes – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how
you feel.
3. It’s really annoying when people push in front of you in a queue, isn’t it?

a. Correct form – Yes – this adjective describes the situation, not your feelings
about the situation.
b. Wrong form – No – this sentence needs an adjective which describes the situation,
not your feelings about the situation.
4. Success at work is a satisfied experience.
a. Correct form – No – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how you feel
about success.
b. Wrong form – Yes – this sentence needs an adjective which describes
success, not your feelings about it.
5. I feel very frustrated when I can’t think of the correct word in English.
a. Correct form – Yes – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how
you feel about the situation.
b. Wrong form – No – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how you feel
about the situation.
6. I felt very embarrassing. Everybody was looking at me and I went bright red.
a. Correct form – No – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how you feel
about the situation.
b. Wrong form – Yes – this sentence needs an adjective which describes how
you feel about the situation.

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