Participle adjectives

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Participle adjectives

  1. 1. PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES By : Lailatus Sa’adah Nurul Hasanah .A
  2. 2. Example• The news surprised Kate. – Kate was surprised – The news was surprising
  3. 3. 1.The present participle conveys an active meaning.• Describes the cause of the feeling.• -Ing participle refers to the actor (the one/thing causing the emotion) example : a) The lesson interests Anne. The lesson is interesting (to Anne)
  4. 4. 2.The past participle conveys a passive meaning• Describes how a person feels.• ED participle refers to the experiencer (the one feeling the emotion) example : a) The lesson interests Anne Anne is interested in the lesson
  5. 5. Other participial adjectives of this type• amazed amazing • frustrated frustrating• amused amusing • interested Interesting• annoyed annoying • puzzled puzzling• bored boring • relaxed relaxing• charmed charming • satisfied satisfying• confused confusing • shocked shocking• convincing convincing • terrified terrifying• damaged damaging • tired tiring• depressed depressing • Thrilled thrilling• disappointed disappointing• embarrassed embarrassing• excited exciting• exhausted exhausting• fascinated fascinating• frightened frightening
  6. 6. THANK YOU

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