ed and ing adjectives difference exercises with answers

   

ed and ing adjectives difference exercises with answers

ed and ing adjectives difference exercises with answers
ed and ing adjectives difference exercises with answers


There is a big confusion between using adjectives that end in -ed such as interested, and adjectives that end in -ing, for example, interesting. The difference between ed adjectives and -ing adjectives is as follows. If you are the person affected by something, use -ed adjectives.

 For example, I am interested in learning English. But if you are describing something or someone that is interesting; then, use the -ing form of the adjectives. Below there is an exercise about ed and ing adjectives with answers. The following topic discusses everything about adjectives

All you need to know about Adjectives: meaning, uses, types, rules, and order.


ed and ing adjectives difference exercises

  1.  This man is ______.
     
    a) interested
    b) interesting
     
  2.  She is _____ about learning English online on Zoom.
    a) exciting
    b) excited
     
  3. The morning flight is_____ than the afternoon one.
    a) bored
    b) boring
     
  4. He is  ____  today.
    a) tired
    b) tire
     
     
  5.  She is____.
    a) disappointing
    b) disappointed
     c) a and b
  6.    This book is ____. 
    a) confused
    b) confusing
     

ed and ing adjectives difference exercises with answers

  1. interesting
  2.  excited
  3. boring
  4.  tired
  5. a and b
  6. confusing

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