On Friday night I went to see a film at an open air cinema in London. We started eating our picnic whilst we waited for the film to start. My friend Rob was telling a funny story when my sister Anna started yawning. Rob stopped mid-sentence and said; “I’m sorry Anna, am I boring?”
Anna was embarrassed and explained that she hadn’t slept the night before because of the thunder storms, so Rob forgave her.
That conversation reminded me of a common problem for English learners, and that is choosing the right adjective between those that end with ‘ing’ and those that end with ‘ed’. Continue reading