Participles as adjectives

Hey, everyone! 😀

In today’s post I am bringing this topic that might make some people feel:

(a) confused         (b) confusing

Oh, no! Both are adjectives, but which is the correct one? (Leave your answer in the comments section 😉 )

Let’s watch the videos below to understand this grammar point!

Full explanation:

Here are some exercises:

Bear in mind you can solve any sort of doubts you may have anytime. 🙂

Bye and have a great evening!

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4 thoughts on “Participles as adjectives

  1. Ewerton Paranhos says:

    Hello Teacher. I AM BACK. hahah
    I love these videos. They are very interesting. I am so excited to watch what is coming in 2017. Thanks to share so many things to clarify our understanding.

    Ahh Clara, Have you ever watched some Madre Teresa”s videos? OMG, they have the same accent. hahah I confess i have problems to understand her sometimes. I don’t know, but it sounds to me a “dirty” speaking.

    Byee

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hahaha! I am super glad you are back! 🙂
      Dear, I am much more excited because I have students like you to strengthen my desire of learning!!!
      Her accent is particular, indeed. However, this is part of our learning process, isn’t it dear? Listening once, twice… Until we get the message! 😉
      Thanks for making my teaching better!!! 🙂
      See you soon!

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  2. Clara Gomes says:

    Hi teacher,
    As I told you in class this is a topic that I’ve never stopped by to study, it’s something that I just know. But it was really good to understand the rules and applications!
    I think is so funny that in all videos from eduedu the characters don’t have arms hahaah Poor people 😦
    Using the grammar I’ve already study, I would like to say something about the third video – Adjectives (-ed or -ing?) – . I was bored by the video!! It’s so slow haha
    Last thing: do you think that the teacher on the last video has an indian accent?
    By teacher, thanks for sharing all this informations.

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    • mirellenascimento says:

      Hey, dear! 🙂
      First of all, thank you for sharing your impressions with me.

      It is always enriching when we get to know a topic this way, huh?
      Oh, I had never noticed that before! Haha! You’ve just warned me! 🙂 Thanks!
      About the third video, it is a little slower because (I suppose) of its educational purpose! It is different from when any material is created with natural conversations. Got it?
      I do not think so, I am sure, rsrsrs. She is from Mumbai, India. I ❤ her lessons. Here is the link for her channel: https://www.youtube.com/show/spokenenglishlessonsniharikaesl.

      See you soon, sweetie!

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