Learning Adjectives (-ed vs. -ing) | English Grammar Lesson

source: Interactive English      2017年10月14日
This is a common grammar mistake that English learners of ALL levels sometimes make. When having a free-flowing conversation, it can be easy to mix up -ed & -ing adjectives. So let's practice!
The difference between "bored" & "boring" may only be a few letters, but if you accidentally confuse these adjectives, you could say something completely different from what you intend to say. "I'm bored." is NOT similar to "I'm boring." Nobody should call themselves boring, but we've heard learners say this about themselves before.
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