What's the Difference?

Adjectives: Interested or Interesting (2)

Circle the correct option.

  1. John was amused/amusing at the look on my face.
  2. I didn’t find the book as interested / interesting as I thought it would be.
  3. The party was really bored/boring. I wish I hadn’t gone.
  4. The teacher is very pleased/pleasing with her students. They have been working so hard.
  5. These photographs are absolutely stunned/stunning. Did you take them?
  6. Damian finds his job as a tattoo artist very satisfied/satisfying.
  7. I wouldn’t let the children watch this film. It’s very frightened/frightening in parts.
  8. We are annoyed/annoying that Tony hasn’t apologised.
  9. Many people have lost their jobs in the town. The situation is quite worried/worrying.


1.  amused
2. interesting
3. boring
4. pleased
5.. stunning
6. satisfying
7. frightening
8. annoyed
9. worrying

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