Exercise 2: ‘interesting/interested’ (difference)

(Practise differentiating ‘interested’ and ‘interesting’)

Difference between ‘interested & interesting’ – gap-fill

Difficulty: rather easy (2 of 5)

Choose either ‘interested’ or ‘interesting’ for the gaps to form a sentence that makes sense.

  • Example: “Sven is very interested in geography.”

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  1. Sally is not very in sports.
  2. I think the mayor’s speech was quite .
  3. Your suggestion sounds really .
  4. Are they in traveling? – No, they’re not. They’d rather stay at home.
  5. An job includes variation, and not always the same tasks.
  6. At the moment we’re reading an book in school.
  7. When my brother was young, he was very in model cars.
  8. When you’re in Madrid and you’re in art, you need to go to the Museo del Prado.

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