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Question 1
I was very ......(1)........ in the lesson The lesson was very ...(2).......
A
1) interested 2) interested
Hint:
how does the student feel?
B
1) interesting 2) interesting
Hint:
the lesson causes interest
C
1) interesting 1) interested
Hint:
the lesson causes interest not the student
D
1) interested 2) interesting
Hint:
the lesson causes interest and the student feels interest
Question 1 Explanation: 
The lesson causes interest and the student feels interest
Question 2
John's exam results were .......(1)....... John was .........(2).... with his exam results.
A
1- disappointed 2- disappointed
Hint:
can't both be the same
B
1- disappointed 2- dissapointing
Hint:
.......... ed is the feeling caused by the exam results
C
1- disappointing 2- disappointing
Hint:
can't both be the same
D
1- disappointing 2- disappointed
Hint:
.......... ing is the cause of the disappointment
Question 3
- My physics teacher is very ............... - Yes, I nearly fell asleep in his class!
A
boring
Hint:
what does he transmit to his students? Why?
B
bored
C
interesting
Hint:
what is his character like?
D
interested
Question 3 Explanation: 
The teacher is dull, uninteresting person and his lessons also
Question 4
Swimming training at nine  o'clock in the evening is very ................. . I often fall asleep on the bus home!
A
exciting
B
tired
C
surprised
D
tiring
Question 5
Mary is very .......(1)........ about her new job. It will be a tremendously ........(2)........ challenge  
A
1- exciting 2- excited
B
1- excited 2- exciting
C
1- excited 2- excited
D
1- exciting 2- exciting
Question 6
- How to use exciting or excited in English can be very ........(1)........ - Yes, sometimes it's ........(2)......... if I get it correct.
A
1- confusing 2- surprising
B
1- confusing 2- surprised
C
1- confused 2- surprised
D
1- confused 2- surprising
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