Time to brush up on (review) your understanding of participles as adjectives.
Some participles can be used as adjectives in either the present or past form.
Present Participle (-ing) is used to describe something or someone.
"I watched an interesting TV about American history last night."
"This film is boring. Let's stop watching it."
Past Participle (-ed) is used to describe how people feel about something or someone.
"I'm interested in American history."
"I'm bored of my job. I want to find another one."
Task 1: Now choose the right form for each sentence.
Task 2: Use these participles to write your own example sentences: excited / embarrassing /shocking / tired / surprised