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Top - 3 упражнения на практику окончаний прилагательных -ed / -ing

 

Считают ли ученики ваши занятия exciting или excited? Чувствуют ли они себя на них interested или interesting? И если для вас ответ вполне очевиден, то для многих изучающих английский все не так просто. Хотя правило, которому подчиняются окончания -ing и -ed в прилагательных и причастиях, логичное, несложное и не несет в себе никаких подводных камней, студенты все равно любят допускать ошибки в таких прилагательных и время от времени путать окончания. И, как и со всем остальным, здесь поможет только практика. Поэтому сегодня мы предлагаем вам несколько эффективных упражнений на отработку -ing and -ed adjectives.

 

1. Underline the correct adjective.

 

  • I am a little bit confusing / confused right now. Have I just met your sister or your mother?

  • That movie was so boring / bored that I had a really good nap at the cinema.

  • Paul came into my room just right after I had got out of the shower. It was so embarrassing / embarrassed !

  • I am really exciting / excited about our upcoming trip. Are you?

  • These paintings give me the creeps, to be honest. - Yes, they are sort of disturbing / disturbed.

  • Where is Lindsay? - She was so exhausting / exhausted after the flight that went straight to bed.

  • Do you want me to turn on some relaxing / relaxed music? - No, I’d prefer to relax in silence.

  • Where have you been all this time? We were so worrying / worried!

  • Actually, when I got the sack I felt kind of relieving / relieved.

  • Charlie’s parents were kind of disappointing / disappointed in him when he lost his first match.

  • How do you call this state when you feel frustrating / frustrated all the time? - It’s called depression, dude.

  • Tell me something inspiring / inspired, please. - Nothing really matters when you come to think about the finiteness of our existence…- Oh, thank you. It was utterly discouraging / discouraged.

  • When you talk, everything you say sounds so convincing / convinced! Have you ever thought of becoming an attorney?

  • Excuse me, sir, do you have a moment to talk about our best-selling product? - No, sorry, I’m not interesting / interested.

  • This task was really challenging / challenged, but we managed to complete it the week before deadline. Congrats, team!

 

2. Choose the correct word for each situation.

 

1) There is a person who often puts you out of temper. (annoy)

  • Oh my gosh, don’t you find Justin a really …………………………. guy?

  • Even the sound of his voice sometimes makes me really …………………………...

 

2) Your friends made you a Birthday party which you didn’t expect. (surprise)

  • Thanks, mates! I’m ……………………….. that you care so much about me. You’re the best friends ever.

  • Wow! This party is the most ……………………………. thing that has happened to me for the past year!

 

3) You’re telling about a scary incident. (frighten)

  • The guy I met yesterday on the street was rather ……………………………….. He had a super creepy scar all over his face.

  • I was so ……………………………………. by him that went to the other side of the street.

 

4) You’re discussing an amazing exhibition. (astonish)

  • Those sculptures are pure art. They are gorgeous and …………………………..

  • I was so ………………………………. by them that wrote an email to their creator after the exhibition.

 

5) You’re asking your coworker about a complicated task. (perplex)

  • So, were you …………………………….. by our last project? I found it really difficult.

  • Was this task …………………………….. for you? I know you’re a pro, but it was a real challenge.

 

6) You don’t really like the lectures of a new professor. (bore)

  • Mr Roger’s lectures are so ………………………… that I get distracted by almost everything!

  • Everybody was so ……………………………. last time that nobody even wrote anything.

 

7) You’re interviewing a film director. (inspire)

  • So, what were you ……………………………. by when you were making your last movie?

  • Can you name the 5 most …………………………………. things for you? 

 

3. Put the words from the list into correct sentences.

 

overwhelmed - overwhelming

encouraged - encouraging

entertained - entertaining

tired - tiring

satisfied - satisfying

 

  • Thank you all for your inspiring words! I feel much more …………………………….. now.

  • Your offer is so …………………….. that I still can’t find the right words to thank you for it.

  • So, did you like the show? - Well, it wasn’t boring but it wasn’t rather ……………………. either.

  • It’s such a ………………………….. feeling when you realize that you did your job really well. Do you know what I’m talking about?

  • When I saw you on the street for the first time I was simply ………………………….. by your beauty and grace.

  • Do you like your job? - Yes, I do, but it takes up all my time and energy, so I find it really …………………………..

  • Are you ……………………………….. with your test results? - To be honest, I could have done better.

  • Read this book if you can’t find your purpose! I consider it very ……………………………

  • Last evening I was so …………………………. that I don’t even remember how I got home.

  • Do you feel ……………………….., sweetie? This is the best clown in town, by the way. - No, mom, I’m bored. And you know I don’t like clowns at all.

 

Надеемся, что эта подборка пригодится вам на занятиях, а ваши студенты доведут этот навык до автоматизма и больше не будут задумываться о том, какое окончание поставить. And may thou students always stay encouraged and inspired in the lessons:)

 

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