Participle Adjectives – ĐỘNG TÍNH TỪ (V-ING & V-ED LÀM TÍNH TỪ)

-ing adjectives   -ed adjectives
alarming

What an alarming noise!

alarmed

I was alarmed by the loud bang.

amusing

That TV programme is really amusing.

amused

He was amused to hear his little son singing in the bath.

boring

I’ve never seen such a boring film!

bored

The students looked bored as the teacher talked and talked.

confusing

I find these instructions very confusing!

Could you come and help me?

confused

I was confused; because I asked two people and they told me two different things. 

depressing

This weather is depressing! Is it ever going

to stop raining?

depressed

I was feeling depressed, so I stayed at home with hot chocolate and a good book.

embarrassing

That is the most embarrassing photo! I

look terrible!

embarrassed

John was really embarrassed when he fell over in front of his new girlfriend.

exciting

It’s a really exciting book. I couldn’t wait to find out what happened at the end.

excited

I’m so excited! I’m going on holiday

tomorrow!

exhausting

I hate doing housework! It’s exhausting!

exhausted

Julie was so exhausted after her exams; she spent the next three days sleeping.

fascinating

The brain is fascinating, isn’t it? It’s amazing how much it can do.

fascinated

Joan was fascinated by hr grandmother’s stories of life in the 1920s.

frightening

What a frightening film! I don’t want to walk home on my own now!

frightened

I was really frightened of bees when I was little, but I don’t mind them now.

frustrating

It’s frustrating when you want to say something in another language, but you don’t know the word.

frustrated

I tried all morning to send an email, but it wouldn’t work. I was so frustrated!

interesting

That was a very interesting book.

interested

She’s interested in animals, so she’s thinking of studying to be a vet.

overwhelming

I find London a bit overwhelming. It’s so busy and noisy.

overwhelmed

Julie felt overwhelmed. She’d moved house, got a new job and was learning to drive, all at the same time.

relaxing

A nice hot bath is so relaxing after a long day.

relaxed

She was so relaxed, sitting in front of the fire, hat she didn’t want to move.

satisfying

John loves his new job as a teacher. He says it’s very satisfying when he makes a student understand.  

satisfied

I’m very satisfied that I managed to order the meal in French.

shocking

What a shocking crime! It’s terrible.

shocked

I was shocked when my co-worked admitted

stealing some money.

surprising

It’s surprising how many people don’t want to travel to another country.

surprised

She was surprised when she arrived at her class and found the other students doing an exam. She’d thought it was a normal lesson.

terrifying

What a terrifying dog! It’s huge!

terrified

My little son is terrified of the dark. We always leave a light on in his room at night.

thrilling

What thrilling music! It’s some of the most beautiful I’ve ever heard.

thrilled

I was thrilled to win first prize in the competition.

tiring

My job is really tiring. I often don’t get home until 10pm.

tired

David’s too tired to come to the cinema tonight. He’s going to go to bed early.

[SO SÁNH] HIỆN TẠI ĐƠN & HIỆN TẠI TIẾP DIỄN

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HIỆN TẠI ĐƠN

HIỆN TẠI TIẾP DIỄN

+ S + V(s/es)
He plays tennis.
S + am/is/are + Ving
The children are playing football now.
S + do not/ does not + Vinf
She doesn’t play tennis.
S + am/is/are + not + Ving
The children are not playing football now.
? Do/Does + S + Vinf?
Do you play tennis?
Am/Is/Are + S + Ving?
Are the children playing football now?

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