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Participial adjectives


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Participial adjectives

  1. 1. PARTICIPIAL ADJECTIVES -ED or -ING? Parengė: Anglų k. Vyr. mokytoja Zita Stankevičė Utenos Krašuonos pagr. m-kla 2011
  2. 2. WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?My English teacher is boring.My English teacher is bored.
  3. 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,......
  5. 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. 6. I WAS BORED.
  7. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 12. WELL DONEP.S. Don’t forget to revise everything at home.