Adjectives ed vs ing
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adjectives : -ed vs. -ing. adjectives ending in –ed describe what a person is feeling. Ann thought she had seen a ghost . She was very frightened ! We were all surpised by the news.

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Adjectives ed vs ing

adjectives: -ed vs. -ing

  • adjectivesending in –ed describewhat a personis feeling.

    Annthoughtshehadseen a ghost. Shewasveryfrightened!

    Wewereallsurpisedby the news.


Adjectives ed vs ing

  • adjectivesending in –ing are usedtodescribesomeone or somethingthatprovokes a certain feeling or sensation.

    The ghostwasveryfrightening.

    The news isverysurprising.

  • Adjectivesending in –ing can beusedafter the verybe or before the noun:

  • The journeywasverytiring.

  • Itwas a verytiringjourney.


Adjectives ed vs ing

DearMandy,

I arrivedheretwodays ago. The journeywastired/tiring, but I’m excited/excitingtobe in Italy. It’s such a relaxed/relaxingplace. However, I’m a bit worried/worryingbecause life willbeverydifferentfrommy routine in London.

I hopeyou’llkeep in touch. I’llbedisappointed/disappointingifyou don’t!

Love,

Charlotte


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