Interesting vs. Interested

Now you can learn English quickly by yourself at home for free step by step! This video describes the differences between "interested" and "interesting" and similar verbs. It explains the action and status functions of verbs and adjectives like this. Excellent for teachers and students of English as a Second Language (ESL). Students can learn and practice these important grammar points and vocabulary words, along with prepositions that go with them in phrases and collocations.

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