Exercise 1: ‘interesting/interested’ (difference)

(Practise using ‘interested’ and ‘interesting’ in English)

Adjective difference ‘interested & interesting’ – matching exercise

Difficulty: rather easy (2 of 5)

Match the clauses on the right to those on the left so that either the adjective ‘interested’ or ‘interesting’ fits.

  • Example: “Let’s see that movie. Everybody says it’s ________ ← interesting.

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The movie was
Your friend seems
I have some tickets for the concert. If you’re
I don’t understand algebra. – Well, Marc is
That sounds
We’ve read an
I’m selling my old car. Someone might be

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