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  • 1. '-ed' and '-ing' adjectives
  • 2.
    • Some adjectives in English have two forms: an –ed form and an –ing form.
    • The –ing form is used to describe things
    • The –ed form is used to describe our feelings.
  • 3. '-ed' adjectives
    • I'm not interested in football.
    • We were all surprised when they got married.
    • He was shocked at the news.
    • The film made me feel really bored.
    • The children looked very tired when they got back from the trip.
  • 4.
    • Adjectives that end in -ed are used to describe how people feel:
            • She was surprised when
            • she was told the exam results
  • 5. 'I was confused by the question my English teacher asked me’.
  • 6. ‘ The bear felt tired after working hard all day.'
  • 7.   '-ing' adjectives
    • Adjectives that end in -ing are used to describe things and situations
    • I don't think football is a very interesting game.
    • Their marriage was very surprising.
    • I'm not going to that film: it sounds really boring.
    • The trip is going to be very tiring. We should go to bed early tonight.
  • 8. How was the film?
  • 9. Doing sudokus can be tiring
    • Doing sudokus is tiring
  • 10.
    • -ed form -ing form
    • amazed amazing
    • annoyed annoying
    • bored boring
    • confused confusing
    • depressed depressing
    • disappointed disappointing
    • disgusted disgusting
    • embarrassed embarrassing
    • excited exciting
    • exhausted exhausting
    • frightened frightening
  • 11.
    • -ed form -ing form
    • interested interesting
    • satisfied satisfying
    • Surprised surprising
    • terrified terrifying
    • tired tiring
    • worried worrying