Adjectives ending in ING and ED | English grammar

source: Crown Academy of English   2015年10月4日
Here is what you will learn during this lesson:
The origin of both types of adjective and how they are formed.
The meaning and use of -ing and -ed adjectives.
Examples of the most common -ing and -ed adjectives.
-ing adjectives are in fact the present participle form of the verb and the -ed adjective is the past participle.
The adjectives that cause confusion for students are the adjectives that describe feelings and emotion. They cause confusion because both types can be used to describe people but the meaning is very different.
Examples of these adjectives are:
interesting vs interested
boring vs bored
exciting vs excited

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