Adjectives ending in ED and ING
Adjectives that end -ed' (e.g. bored', interested') and adjectives that end -ing' (e.g. ... you to be confused) -ed / -ing adjectives:
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Grammar: Commonly Misused Words. Great for non-native English speakers like me. I do these kind of mistakes frequently, but I do get better for every day. :)