Practicing finding errors is a great way to improve your writing skills. Can you correct this sign?
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Complete the sentence:
I need (to buy/buy/buying) some groceries at the store today because yesterday I (be/were/was) not feeling well and (do/did/doing) not (want/wanted/to want) (left/leave/to leave) home.
I need to buy some groceries at the store today because yesterday I was not feeling well and did not want to leave home.
Which sentence is correct?
A. I just finished dinner and now I am boring.
B. I just finished dinner and now I am bored.
Sentence B is correct.
Boring means that something is unexciting, uneventful. For example, "I didn't enjoy that movie. It was boring."
We used bored to describe how a person feels. For example, "I get so bored at work. I do the same thing every day."
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