Bored v Boring
Bored is an adjective that describes when someone feels tired and unhappy because something is not interesting or because they have nothing to do.
For example: She was very bored in the English class.
Boring is an adjective that means something is not interesting or exciting.
For example: The English class is very boring.
Complete these sentences with bored / boring
Example : The film was very boring so we were bored.
I don’t like football, it’s __________.
I think she is ____________ because she looks uninterested in the film.
She doesn’t like David, she says he is ____________.
I always sleep when I’m on the train because it’s____________.
A ___________ film always makes me _______________.
Excited v Exciting
Excited is an adjective that describes when someone feels happy and enthusiastic about something.
For example: She is very excited about the party.
Exciting is an adjective that means something is making you excited.
For example: The party will be exciting.
Complete these sentences with excited / exciting.
Example : In my opinion, football is an exciting sport, I get excited when I go to a match.
I think she is ___________ because she looks happy.
The children are ____________ for the school trip.
My brother is ____________ because he is going to visit his friends tomorrow.
Watersports are really ______________.
Mountain climbing is _________________, it makes me feel ______________.
Interested v Interesting
Interested is used as an adjective, it says how someone feels.
For example: "I am very interested in the lesson."
Interesting is used as an adjective, it describes the people or things that cause the feelings.
For example: "It was an interesting lesson ."
Complete these sentences with interested / interesting.
Example : He is interested in learning English, he finds it interesting.
Note : The verb after interested is in the gerund form
- I think History is very ________________.
- We’re _____________________ in going to French classes.
- I found the documentary quite ________________.
- She’s ___________________ in starting dance classes.