VOCABULARY 19: ADJECTIVES ENDING IN -ING / -ED

VOCABULARY 19: ADJECTIVES ENDING IN -ING / -ED

Hello ladies and gentlemen! How are you today? This Wednesday we´re going to talk about ADJECTIVES ENDING IN -ING/-ED. Do you know that you can increase your vocabulary by adding -ing and -ed to some verbs to make adjectives? When do we use one or another? What are the rules? Could you give us some examples? Go on and read this post. Come on!

ADJECTIVES ENDING IN -ING/-ED

Do you want to increase your vocabulary? That´s a piece of cake. You can do it by adding -ing and -ed to some verbs to make adjectives.

-ING is for things that cause the feeling. e.g. The film was terrifying.

-ED is for people and how they feel. e.g. I was terrifiied.

EXAMPLES:

*Boring -bored

*Confusing -confused

*Disappointing -disappointed

*Embarrassing -embarrased

*Exciting -excited

*Frightened -frightening

*Interesting -interested

*Moving -Moved

*Relaxing -Relaxed

*Surprising -Surprised

*Tiring -Tired

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SENTENCES:

-It was so embarrasing when the teacher forgot what to say.

-The film made me feel really emotional. I was moved.

-Some people think that classical music is boring but I think it´s relaxing.

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