26 – Bored vs Boring – Participle Adjectives Lesson

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Can you choose the correct answer:
A: The class is boring / The class is bored
B: The teacher is boring / The teacher is bored
C: The teacher is boring / The teacher is bored

Bored & boring (participle adjectives) are often confusing for a lot of English learners. Let’s have a look at the difference between them and once and for all solve the mystery!

Here are the example sentences
  • I was tired yesterday so I went to bed early.
  • I’m interested in Jazz.
  • Jack was excited when he won the lottery!
  • My job is tiring. I need a vacation.
  • I think Jazz is very interesting.
  • Winning the lottery is very exciting!
  • My history class is boring because the teacher is boring.

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