Adjectives with -ED / -ING

amusing

The clown is a.............................., the children love him.

amused

She is a................... by the video games.

annoying

This is really a.................., I can't read peacefully.

annoyed

She is a................. by her sister.

confusing

The signs are not very helpful, they are c..............

confused

She is c............. by the situation.

disappointing

The gift was really d....................

disappointed

She is d........................... because she did not win.

disgusting

The fish looks d..................

disgusted

She is d........................ by the fish.

embarrassing

It was really e....................... for the model who fell on stage.

embarrassed

She felt e...................... when they called her name.

frightening

A dark room with no sound is really f...........................

frightened

She was f..................... by the spider.

tiring

Being a mum is a t............. job.

tired

She looks t.............

shocking

She heard the s............... news about her grandma.

shocked

She's s.................. to see her face on the TV.

boring

The movie is b....................

bored

He is b...........

depressing

That scene in the movie is really d...................

depressed

He is d................. because he lost his job yesterday.

relaxing

A holiday by the beach is really r....................... .

relaxed

The cat looks very r..........................

interesting

The book is very i....................

interested

He's very i................... in science.

exciting

The show was very e................. .

excited

The dog is e..................... to see the food.

worried

He is w............ that he might lose his job.

worrying

The situation with this Covid-19 is really w...............