Tue, 16 September 2014
Are you interested, or interesting?
What’s the difference?
Today, in #10 of our countdown of the Top 15 Fixes in English series, we’ll be discussing when to use the -ed and -ing endings!
To be interested is not the same as being interesting. The same applies to other English phrases such as bored and boring, or excited and exciting. Here is a general rule to help you remember the difference:
Here are some more examples:
Other Entries in the 15 Fixes Series:
What do you find interesting, boring or amazing?
What isn’t interesting, boring or amazing?
Tell us in the comments section below!
Direct download: AEE_185_Are_You_Interested_or_Interesting_Find_Out_the_Difference.mp3
Category:All Ears English -- posted at: 1:00am EDT