Grammar game to practice distinguishing between adjectives ending in ‘ed’ versus ‘ing’.
This game replaces the previous game which is now phased out. The old game had the following description:
Adjectives ing ed catapult
adjectives ending in –ING and –ED: Practice adjectives ending in –ING and –ED using this ESL fun Game.
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Welcome to the Adjectives Ending in ed versus ing ESL Grammar Game – Dragon Game!
This game is designed to help you understand the difference between adjectives that end in ‘ed’ and ‘ing’. Adjectives are words that describe nouns or pronouns. They can come in many forms, but in this game, we will focus on the two types that end in ‘ed’ and ‘ing’.
Adjectives that end in ‘ed’ describe how a person or thing feels, while adjectives that end in ‘ing’ describe the qualities of a person or thing. For example, ‘bored’ is an adjective that ends in ‘ed’ and describes how a person feels, while ‘boring’ is an adjective that ends in ‘ing’ and describes the quality of an activity.
In this game, you will be shown a series of pictures, and you will have to choose the correct adjective to describe them. You will be given a choice between adjectives ending in ‘ed’ or ‘ing’. Be careful, though, because some of the pictures might be tricky and require you to think carefully about the adjectives that best fit the description.
This game is a fun way to practice your grammar skills and improve your vocabulary. So let’s get started and see how many adjectives ending in ‘ed’ versus ‘ing’ you can identify correctly!