Adjectives that end in -ed describe how you feel.
- The cats were very interested in the mouse. (The cats feel interested in the mouse.)
- I feel relaxed after my holiday. (I feel relaxed.)
- She felt tired after working all day. (She felt tired.)
Adjectives that end in -ing describe the action by something or someone.
- The running mouse was interesting for the cats. (The running action of the mouse was interesting.)
- My holiday was relaxing. (The action of my holiday was relaxing.)
- Her work is tiring. She feels tired at the end of every day. (The action of her work is tiring so; she feels tired every day.)
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