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  • excitedShe is _________ because she got a new car. excited exciting
  • boredThey are _________ because boring the movie is_________. bored boring
  • boringThe meeting was so ___________ that all employees fell asleep. bored boring
  • bored She got __________ becausethe book she was reading was really boring __________. bored boring
  • Boring___________ classes make boredstudents feel_________. bored boring
  • worriedShe is ________ because of the bills. worried worrying
  • annoyedShe’s ____________ because of the heavy traffic. annoying annoyed
  • tiredShe’s very ________because she worked very hard today. tiring tired
  • disappointedThey’re really ______________ because disappointing it was a _____________ game. disappointing disappointed
  • boredHe is __________ because the boring TV program is ________. bored boring
  • scared They are_______ because scary the movie is ________.scary (exception) scared
  • Some adjectives end in –ed(ex:bored, annoyed,interested,worried,excited...).Some adjectives end in -ing(ex: boring, annoying,interesting, worrying,exciting...)
  • PAY ATTENTION !an interesting teachera boring moviean exciting lifeBUTI’m very interested in modern art.We were bored at the end of the lesson.She’s excited about going on vacationtomorrow.
  • So, what’s the rule? -ing adjectives describes asituation,a person, or a thing -ed adjectives describes howpeople feel
  • * Complete this chart:
  • Word -ed -ing meaningAmazeBoreExcitefrightenInterestTerrifyConfuseSurpriseDisappoint
  • DisgustTireEmbarrassAnnoyWorryPleaseSadIntrigueDepressedExhaust
  • ExercisesFill in each space using thecorrect forms of the verbs below :
  • confuse (2x), surprise, bore, excite, disappoint, amaze, disgust, interest, tire
  • 1) He studied hard, so it is not________ he passed theexam.
  • 2) They looked____________,they didn´t understand it at all.
  • 3) Are you still so_________about your new job ?
  • 4) She is so ugly and dirty, it´s _________________ .
  • 5) Is he_____________ inanything ?
  • 6) We loved it, it wassimply________________ .
  • 7) Jim was________________after the long journey.
  • 8) The book was_______________ . I expectedit to be much better.
  • 9) I need a change. Iam_____________ with myjob.
  • 10) I have three friends of thesame name – Paul.Sometimes it is alittle_________
  • 2. Complete thesesentences with the correct word:
  • 1. Hes such a monotonous speaker. I was ________________ stiff. (bored / boring)
  • 1. Most sequels are ________________. (disappointed / disappointing)
  • 1. I had such a ________________ day I went straight to bed. (tired / tiring)
  • 1. Everyones very ________________ about the news. (excited / exciting)
  • 1. That lamp produces a very ________________ effect. (pleased / pleasing)
  • 1. The whole school was ________________ by the tragic event. (saddened / saddening)
  • 1. I dont like watching ________________ films on my own. (depressed / depressing)
  • 1. I was ________________ when she told me shed got divorced. (amazed / amazing)
  • 1. Hes such a ________________ guy. He only ever talks about himself. (bored / boring)
  • 1. Im very ________________ in films and theatre. (interested / interesting)
  • 1. No one knew what would happen next. We were all ________________ . (intrigued / intriguing)
  • 1. It was a very ________________ situation. (interested / interesting)
  • 1. Theres been some very ________________ news. (surprised / surprising)
  • 1. His mother was ________________ by what she found under his bed. (disgusted / disgusting)
  • 1. Their hamburgers are ________________ . (disgusted / disgusting)
  • 1. Dad always arrives home from work thoroughly ________________ . (exhausted / exhausting)
  • 1. Hes always showing off. Its really ________________ . (annoyed / annoying)
  • 1. I think Alex is one of the most ________________ people Ive ever met. He cant keep still for a second. (annoyed / annoying)
  • 1. I walked into this restaurant and there was Andy with a strange woman. He seemed really ________________ . (embarrassed / embarrassing)
  • 1. She kept talking about her boyfriend problems all night. It was rather ________________ . (embarrassed / embarrassing)