English adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: When to use what?
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This week we will look at ADJECTIVES!
Is it I am bored or I am boring?
English Adjectives that end in -ed (bored, entertained, interested) and adjectives that end in -ing (boring, entertaining, interesting) are often confused. When must you use what?
- -ed adjectives CAN be (BUT NOT ALWAYS) equivalent to the Spanish adjectives that end in ad@: It is used to DESCRIBES EMOTION – they tell us how people feel.
- -ing adjectives adjectives generally describe the thing that CAUSES EMOTION. These adjectives CAN be (BUT NOT ALWAYS) equivalent to the Spanish adjectives that end in -ante, -iente and -ente:
“The girl is INTERESTED (interesada) in the book. The book seems to be INTERESTING (interesante).”
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