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What are the differences between amazing and amaze?



 
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What are the differences between amazing and amaze? #1 (permalink) Tue Nov 11, 2008 16:02 pm   What are the differences between amazing and amaze?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #57 "Chit Chat: At the pub", question 7

Charles: That's really ......... I find that difficult to believe.

(a) amaze
(b) amazing
(c) amazes
(d) amazed

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #57 "Chit Chat: At the pub", answer 7

Charles: That's really amazing I find that difficult to believe.

Correct answer: (b) amazing
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What are the differences between amazing and amaze in this case, sir?
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What are the differences between amazing and amaze? #2 (permalink) Mon Nov 17, 2008 13:50 pm   What are the differences between amazing and amaze?
 

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Here, an adjective is required: That is ... amazing. Amaze is a verb and does not fit the grammar of the sentence.
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