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Common Mistakes and Confusing Words in English

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interested vs interesting

Interested is a past participle. When used as an adjective it says how someone feels.

For example: "I was very interested in the lesson."

Interesting is a present participle. When used as an adjective it describes the people or things that cause the feelings.

For example: "It was an interesting lesson ."