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Adjectives: -ing or -ed
|verb||present participle (v + -ing)||past participle (v + -ed)|
|-ing > active|
1. Giant Australian frogs are amazing.
4. The children are reading an interesting book.
|-ed > passive|
2. There must be a ghost! Linda looks frightened!
3. Bob feels bored .
1. Giant frogs are amazing; that's why people are amazed.
4. The book is interesting, so the children are interested.
2. Linda is frightened because she has seen something frightening.
3. I suppose Bob feels bored because his job is boring.
| Mr. Smith is very surprised. He is reading a surprising piece of news. |
| A Jack-in-the-box is an amusing toy. The little boy is amused. |
| What a depressing chart! Robert feels depressed. |
| Horrified, Bill ran away from that horrifying house. |
Choose the right ends of these words.