Making sentences with the correct adjective form is hard for ESL students. When do we use ED and when do we say ING? In this English lesson, we will review the grammar rules and practice how to use these forms properly.
Here are the basic notes for this English speaking lesson about adjectives. Read the notes or download the pdf file here: grammar-rules-adjectives.
- Wrong: I was boring in Rob’s English class.
- Right: I was bored in Rob’s English class.
What do these sentences mean?
- Rob is bored.
- Rob is boring.
- Your English speaking skills are amazing.
- I am amazed by your English speaking skills.
- Person who feels: ed
- Thing that gives the feeling: ING
- Me – ED
- Thing – ING
Useful Verbs – Adjectives