Anger & Disgust: Grammar
1. Past Participle
A participle is a word formed from a verb, which can be used as an adjective. The past participle typically ends in -ed.
|Annoy (verb) → Annoyed (adjective||Frustrate → Frustrated|
|Outrage → Outraged||Offend → Offended|
|Stress → Stressed||Reject → Rejected|
Example 1: I am offended.
Example 2: She was annoyed.
“-ed” adjectives often described people’s feelings!
2. Adverb: Frequency
An adverb is a part of speech that describes a verb, another adverb or an adjective. Adverbs of frequency says how often we do things, or how often things happen.
Example 1: Sometimes I feel stressed.
Example 2: I usually don’t feel violent.