Урок 4

Listening Four

Identifying Participles

 

  1. Participle I or Participle II? Listen and circle the participles you hear.
  2. They were (taken / taking) in by surprise.
  3. She’s always been (forbidden / forbidding) to do it.
  4. Is it (shaken / shaking) from time to time?
  5. I was (given / giving) a chance to improve the things.
  6. The leaves are (fallen / falling) and the trees look gloomy.
  7. They were (beaten / beating).
  8. They are (grown / growing).
  9. Have they (thrown / been throwing) them out.
  10. They are (eaten / eating).
  11. It’s (been / being) done.

 

  1. -ed or -ing participles / adjectives?
  2. She is not (interested interesting) at all.
  3. He was (annoyed annoying) from time to time.
  4. We felt (depressed / depressing) after his visit.
  5. I’m very (excited / exciting) about my holiday.
  6. Reading is very (relaxed / relaxing).
  7. I’m (bored/ boring) with my job.
  8. Weekends are more (tired / tiring) than weekdays.
  9. You don’t look very (interested / interesting) in the lesson.
  10. You look (exhausted / exhausting) after the journey.
  11. The answer didn’t sound (satisfied / satisfying) to most of us.
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