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English Exercises - Adjectives with 'ed' and 'ing'

For the sentences below decide whether the adjective should be in the 'ed' or 'ing' form.

1I am so at work at the moment.  
2 I watched a very documentary about shoes last night.  
3 We're very about moving to Australia.  
4 I don't understand what this sign means. It's quite . 
5Those roadworks are so . My journey home takes twice as long now.    
6I was to hear that you're leaving your job.  
7 After so much hype, the tournament final was a game. 
8 The puppy seemed to be by the fireworks.  
9 I once called my teacher "Mum". It was so .  
10 I'm about Frank. He should have called by now.