-ed and -ing endings Worksheets
Busy Teacher has collected
44 worksheets on adjectives with ed and ing endings
so that you do not have to start from scratch when planning lessons of your own. For intermediate students and above, you can use
this great PowerPoint presentation
to explain the differences between these two adjective forms. Towards the end of the presentation there are some practice sentences with blanks; these can be completed as a class. Be sure to give students the chance to think about and provide the answers before revealing the answers. This is a good opportunity to check student comprehension so do not skip over it. The last two slides can be done by calling on volunteers or by asking students to write their own sentences to go along with the images. Working individually is important so you can see that the progression of activities in this presentation from introduction to individual work is very gradual and not at all intimidating for learners. Depending on your school, you may not be able to use presentations such as this one but you can still use the material in your lesson or use another worksheet from this section instead.
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This is a brief presentation on the main difference between the ED ending adjectives and ING ending adjectives. A lot of pictures and very easy examples to see the real difference in these&nb ...
It's a test to work on that topic, I have used it with my students from a state school with wonderful results. After having completed it, my students shared what they had written and after that we ...
A listening set of exercises based on the Song "Baby Love" (2015). This activity includes ordering sentences, discriminating words, correcting spelling and reviewing some gerunds. [youtube=http:// ...
Full lesson plan for intermediate level, but could be used for advanced levels as well. Lesson is orientated around the ability to give excuses (imaginitive ones!).Poetry - past tense - compound ...
This worksheet was created to make my students think of bullying and Cyber bullying, and how it affects our society. It was also created to help them with the pronunciation of the ed ending o ...
Teaching these adjectives can be challenging from the start because students can easily get confused about the differences between the –ED and –ING endings. Question the students using ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
Participial phrases can be very easy or very difficult. In this power point presentation I try to make it easy. In it, the "mysteries" of participial phrases are explained in a simple an ...
Really short review of adjectives - their usage, position in a sentence and word order. It also includes difference between adjectives ending in -ED or -ING (bored/boring). Example sentences and e ...
Beg Elem Pre-Int Int
This is a worksheet on adjective formation for pre-intermediate students. There are 3 different activities in which students are asked to add a prefix to form the opposite of the adjectives, ...
The worksheet includes most commonly used adjectives with -ed and -ing endings. Ss have to read the sentences and fill in the gaps with a proper adjective. It can be used as an activity to make ss ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
Workshheet useful to revise some grammar structures such as modals, neither ...nor, condtionals types, had better, would rather and tenses. Students are given 20 sentences and a word that CAN'T b ...
Interview for students to practice speaking about their feelings in different situations. Great for practicing participles with -ed and -ing. Interview is for students to work in pairs. It contain ...
At that crossover level from the pre-intermediate B1 to the intermediate+ B2 students need lots and lots of review of the -ed versus the -ing. At this point they just need to practice practice pr ...
In this paper I briefly but comprehensively presented The Gerund Mood with its various aspects, uses and examples. It can be used by teachers as a handout or lesson plan for teaching the gerund w ...
This is a fun way for you to do revision on basic tenses, articles, pronouns and parts of speech with your student. With the boardgame, it would be easier for you and your students to find out whi ...
A worksheet with vocabulary that describes types of books. This also includes ed-ing adjectives and a short text about the author Roald Dahl with some questions. Finally students are asked to prod ...
This is a fully animated PowerPoint presentation with audio for teaching or revising adjectives ending in -ed/ -ing at intermediate level. Students are asked to fill in the blank spaces by choosi ...
Intensive reading practice and oral practice of a range of conditionals and deductive language. Students read a story which poses a problem and answer questions which lead to the solution. Readin ...
Pre-Int Int Adv
There is a quick reminder of the difference between these two adjectives. Followed by two exercises practising them. The first is to choose the correct form of adjective from the two given - exa ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
This is how to distinguish adjectives in -ed or in -ing. Just a simple definition about how to differentiate between the -ing and -ed Most of the students find it difficult to differentiate, I wo ...
THE GIANT PANDA - READING COMPREHENSION task for students of secondary school. You can use it to check reading skills and speaking. Moreover, it can be part of your lesson about Animals and Ecolog ...
This sheet helps students to learn when they must use the infinitive and when it is necessary to use the gerund. Students must choose the correct answer- whether to put the verb in the infinitive ...
Elem Pre-Int Int
This worksheet is about adjectives ending with -ed and -ing. It aims to teach the difference in the meanings of adjectives when they take -ed and -ing. Moreover, it puts a clear cut distinction of ...
This is a worksheet aimed at intermediate level students. In this worksheet students get four exercises with some sentences where they have to fill in some blanks using the appropriate "-ed" or "- ...
The tasks help students to revise word building (forming adjectives from nouns; making adjectives with prefixes im-, in-, il-, dis-; making adjectives adding ed/ing, describing things and people ...
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