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Participial adjectives

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  • 1. PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES -ED or -ING? Parengė: Anglų k. Vyr. mokytoja Zita Stankevičė Utenos Krašuonos pagr. m-kla 2011
  • 2. WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?My English teacher is boring.My English teacher is bored.
  • 3. CAUSE OR SOURCE OF THE FEELING Adjectives ending -ING are used to describe things or people.The film was dull, long and slow. It even made me sleep. So,......
  • 4. THE FILM WAS BORING.
  • 5. RECEIVER OF THE FEELING Adjectives ending -ED are used to describe feelings.The film was dull, long and slow. It even made me sleep. So,......
  • 6. I WAS BORED.
  • 7. SOME MORE SAMPLES Situation I feel, I am... It is, This is...I spilled water embarrassed embarrassingon my pants.This unfriendly frightened frighteningdog has bigteeth.I cant confused confusingunderstand theinstructions.He gave good convinced convincingreasons.
  • 8. THE MOST COMMON PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES• amazed amazing• amused amusing• annoyed annoying• astonished astonishing• bored boring• confused confusing• depressed depressing• disappointed disappointing• disgusted disgusting• embarrassed embarrassing
  • 9. • excited exciting• exhausted exhausting• frightened frightening• insulted insulting• interested interesting• intrigued intriguing• satisfied satisfying• shocked shocking• surprised surprising• tempted tempting• terrified terrifying• tired tiring• worried worrying
  • 10. PRACTICE• I had such a ... day I went straight to bed. (tired / tiring)• Everyones very ... about the news. (excited / exciting)• I was ... when she told me shed got divorced. (amazed / amazing)• No one knew what would happen next. We were all ... . (intrigued / intriguing)• It was a very ... situation. (interested / interesting)• Theres been some very ... news. (surprised / surprising)• His mother was ... by what she found under his bed. (disgusted / disgusting)
  • 11. • Their hamburgers are .... (disgusted / disgusting)• Dad always arrives home from work thoroughly ... . (exhausted / exhausting)• Hes always showing off. Its really .... (annoyed / annoying)• I walked into this restaurant and there was Andy with a strange woman. He seemed really .... (embarrassed / embarrassing)• She kept talking about her boyfriend problems all night. It was rather .... (embarrassed / embarrassing)• Hes such a slow speaker. I was ... all the time. (bored / boring)• His words were really ... . (insulted, insulting)
  • 12. WELL DONEP.S. Don’t forget to revise everything at home.

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