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1. He made his mother surprised.
2. He was surprised at the news.
3. The game was surprising to me.
4. He was surprising his mother at that time.
5. He saw his mother surprising the baby.
(Are they all grammatical?)

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  1. All are correct grammatically, but #1 would be smoother if you simply say, "He surprised his mother."

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