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‘interested’ or ‘interesting’?

‘interested’ or ‘interesting’?

Should we say Interested or Interesting? English learners often are not sure whether to use the “-ing” ending or “-ed” ending for adjectives that express emotions. Some examples of these adjectives, derived from verbs, are: exciting/excited interesting/interested boring/bored amazing/amazed confusing/confused Here’s a general rule to help you remember the difference: When talking about yourself or […]

Most common collocations with verbs DO and MAKE

Most common collocations with verbs DO and MAKE

The English verbs do and make are frequently confused, so pay attention to the expressions below. It is best to learn these expressions by heart. The best approach is to practise……and then practise again!   Cambridge online dictionary will make your learning easier. You can check here pronunciation, have example sentences, and even find translation […]