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Anger & Disgust: Grammar

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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 (adjectiveFrustrate → Frustrated 
Outrage → OutragedOffend → Offended
Stress → StressedReject → 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. 

NeverAlways
OftenNormally
UsuallySometimes
Do you know the examples above?

Example 1: Sometimes I feel stressed.

Example 2: I usually don’t feel violent.

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