Answer Sheet - Adjective or Present Participle?

This page displays the answers to the 'Adjective or Present Participle?' quiz.

Q1 - Interesting as it was, we didn't enjoy it much.
'Interesting' is an adjective.
'Interesting' is a present participle.

Q2 - It's a pressing problem.
'Pressing' is an adjective.
'Pressing' is a present participle.

Q3 - The film was boring.
'Boring' is an adjective
'Boring' is a present participle.

Q4 - The lecturer was boring his students.
'Boring' is an adjective.
'Boring' is a present participle.

Q5 - The news was saddening.
'Saddening' is an adjective
'Saddening' is a present participle.

Q6 - The film was fascinating.
'Fascinating' is an adjective.
'Fascinating' is a present participle.

Q7 - She gave her a knowing smile.
'Knowing' is an adjective.
'Knowing' is a present participle.

Q8 - It was confusing for us all.
'Confusing' is an adjective.
Confusing' is a present participle.

Q9 - I was standing on the stairs when she called.
'Standing' is an adjective.
'Standing' is a present participle.

Q10 - There was standing room only on the train.
'Standing' is an adjective.
'Standing' is a present participle.