This week we’re looking at -ed and
-ing adjectives – for example, ‘bored’ and ‘boring’.
We use the -ed ending to describe how someone or something is feeling.
We use the -ing ending to describe the person or thing that makes us feel that way!
Example: ‘This lesson is boring.’
‘I’m bored with this lesson.’
Can you choose the correct adjective in these sentences?
1) I watched a very EXCITED/EXCITING film last night.
2) I’m EXHAUSTED/EXHAUSTING! It’s been a long day!
3) Peter is the most BORED/BORING person I’ve ever met!
4) She was AMAZED/AMAZING when she saw the view.
5) His exam results were very
6) The history of my city is FASCINATED/FASCINATING.
7) Stop it! You’re so ANNOYED/ANNOYING!
8) He’s so RELAXED/RELAXING – he never gets stressed!