This speaking activity uses questions to practise using adjectives that end in -ed and -ing in a natural context. This activity is part of a complete lesson on adjectives ending in -ed and -ing. The interactive exercises for this topic are here. This lesson is part of a complete and free intermediate English course. Register for free here.
Conversation Questions Using -ed & -ing Adjectives.
Use these questions to practise using these adjectives in context. Try to repeat the adjective as many times as possible when you answer the questions.
- What do people do on public transport that you find annoying?
- What kind of music do you find boring?
- What do you do when you feel bored?
- What academic subjects do you find challenging?
- Do you know anyone who is really charming?
- Can you remember a time that you were really confused about something?
- Is there any music that you think is depressing?
- Can you remember a time when you did or said something embarrassing?
- What do you get excited about?
- What type of music do you find exciting?
- What films do you think are really frightening? What is the most frightening film that you have ever seen?
- Can you think of a time that you received some surprising news?
- What are you worried about?
- Is there any test or exam that you found really challenging?
- What music do you find relaxing?
- Are you a convincing liar?
- What hobbies are you interested in?
- When was the last time that you felt exhausted?
- What type of food do you find comforting when you are ill?
- What food do you think is disgusting?
- have you ever received a disappointing present?
- What can you do to wake yourself up when you are feeling tired?