Prize Quiz! CT539

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉

There’s a prize of a 30-minute online conversation class to the first person to send me the correct answer. This time, however, the competition is only open to those who haven’t won a prize so far.  

I will announce the winner tomorrow, Sunday 30 April. Good luck! 🍀 🍀

to be in somebody’s good/bad _____s;

a _____ signing;

he fell for the oldest trick in the _____;

BORED OR BORING?(2) Adjectives ending in -ed/-ing

Circle the correct option.

  1. John was amused/amusing at the look on my face.
  2. The party was really bored/boring. I wish I hadn’t gone.
  3. The teacher is very pleased/pleasing with her students. They have been working so hard.
  4. These photographs are absolutely stunned/stunning. Did you take them?
  5. Damian finds his job as a tattoo artist very satisfied/satisfying.
  6. I wouldn’t let the children watch this film. It’s very frightened/frightening in parts.
  7. We are annoyed/annoying that Tony hasn’t apologised.
  8. Many people have lost their jobs in the town. The situation is quite worried/worrying.











Answers

1.  amused
2. boring
3. pleased
4. stunning
5. satisfying
6. frightening
7. annoyed
8. worrying

 

 

CT Quiz 538

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉.

to go to the ______s of the earth;

to come to a sticky _____;

to be thrown in the deep _____;

 

 

CT Quiz 537

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts on Twitter. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉.

to reach fever _____;

to _____ a fit;

to _____ a tent;

CT Quiz 536

What’s the missing word? (The same word fits all the gaps). Answers by DM *only* to @EnglishSmarts. If I’m not following you, ask me for a follow first please 😉.

to _____ the dog;

to _____ all over somebody;

it’s a _____ in the park;