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مُساهمةموضوع: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 6:59 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 7:04 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 7:50 pm

Adjectives ending in ED and ING

English Grammar Notes

There are many adjectives that we have in English that end in -ED or -ING. 
Yes, that's correct, they are not only endings that we use for verbs!
An adjective that ends in -ING is used to describe: the characteristic of a person or a thing.
An adjective that ends in -ED is used to describe: a feeling.

Compare the difference:

My girlfriend is bored.
 My girlfriend feels bored
My girlfriend is boring.
My girlfriend is a boring person

You can use these adjectives to describe people or situations but be careful that you are using the correct adjective. For example, there is a big difference in meaning between:

I am confused.
I don't understand something

I am confusing.
I will cause you to be confused 

Of course, you could also find both adjectives in the same sentence. Then you really need to concentrate on the intent / context of the sentence.

Examples:

I was shocked by how shocking the accident was last night.

They were frightened by the frightening roller-coaster ride!

I am annoyed by how annoying that person in front of us is.

Sally was confused by the confusing street signs in the city.

Note that the sentences above are to highlight how both adjectives can appear in the same sentence though it isn't common (because it sounds repetitive).

Also see our article about the Pronunciation of words ending in -ED.


List of Adjectives ending in -ED and -ING

There is quite a long list of adjectives ending in -ED and -ING in English, and most of them are based on a verb that can be changed into an adjective by adding either -ED or -ING.
Some of the more common ones include:

Alarmed - Alarming
Aggravated - Aggravating
Amused - Amusing
Annoyed - Annoying
Astonished - Astonishing
Astounded - Astounding
Bored - Boring
Captivated - Captivating
Challenged - Challenging
Charmed - Charming
Comforted - Comforting
Confused - Confusing
Convinced - Convincing
Depressed - Depressing
Disappointed - Disappointing
Discouraged - Discouraging
Disgusted - Disgusting
Distressed - Distressing
Disturbed - Disturbing
Embarrassed - Embarrassing
Encouraged - Encouraging
Entertained - Entertaining
Excited - Exciting
Exhausted - Exhausting
Fascinated - Fascinating
Frightened - Frightening
Frustrated - Frustrating
Fulfilled - Fulfilling
Gratified - Gratifying
Inspired - Inspiring
Insulted - Insulting
Interested - Interesting
Moved - Moving
Overwhelmed - Overwhelming
Perplexed - Perplexing
Pleased - Pleasing
Relaxed - Relaxing
Relieved - Relieving
Satisfied - Satisfying
Shocked - Shocking
Sickened - Sickening
Soothed - Soothing
Surprised - Surprising
Tempted - Tempting
Terrified - Terrifying
Threatened - Threatening
Thrilled - Thrilling
Tired - Tiring
Touched - Touching
Troubled - Troubling
Unsettled - Unsettling
Worried - Worrying


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 7:53 pm

Adjectives ending in ‘-ing’ or ‘-ed’ 

Main points


Many adjectives ending in ‘-ing’ describe the effect that something has on someone's feelings.
Some adjectives ending in ‘-ing’ describe a process or state that continues over a period of time.
Many adjectives ending in ‘-ed’ describe people's feelings.
1. You use many ‘-ing’ adjectives to describe the effect that something has on your feelings, or on the feelings of people in general. For example, if you talk about ‘a surprising number’, you mean that the number surprises you.

alarming
amazing
annoying
astonishing
boring charming
confusing
convincing
depressing
disappointing embarrassing
exciting
frightening
interesting
shocking surprising
terrifying
tiring
welcoming
worrying

He lives in a charming house just outside the town.

She always has a warm welcoming smile.

Most ‘-ing’ adjectives have a related transitive verb. See Unit 72 for information on transitive verbs.

2. You use some ‘-ing’ adjectives to describe something that continues over a period of time.

ageing
booming decreasing
dying existing
increasing living
remaining

Britain is an ageing society.

Increasing prices are making food very expensive.

These adjectives have related intransitive verbs. See Unit 72 for information on intransitive verbs.

3. Many ‘-ed’ adjectives describe people's feelings. They have the same form as the past participle of a transitive verb and have a passive meaning. For example, ‘a frightened person’ is a person who has been frightened by something.

alarmed
amused
astonished
bored delighted
depressed
disappointed
excited frightened
interested
satisfied
shocked surprised
tired
troubled
worried

She looks alarmed about something.

A bored student complained to his teacher.

She had big blue frightened eyes.

Note that the past participles of irregular verbs do not end in ‘-ed’, but can be used as adjectives. See the Appendix for a list of irregular past participles.

The bird had a broken wing.

His coat was dirty and torn.

4. Like other adjectives, ‘-ing’ and ‘-ed’ adjectives can be:

used in front of a noun
They still show amazing loyalty to their parents.

This is the most terrifying tale ever written.

I was thanked by the satisfied customer.

The worried authorities cancelled the match.

used after link verbs
It's amazing what they can do.

The present situation is terrifying.

He felt satisfied with all the work he had done.

My husband was worried.

modified by adverbials such as ‘quite‘, ‘really‘, and ‘very’
The film was quite boring.

There is nothing very surprising in this.

She was quite astonished at his behaviour.

He was a very disappointed young man.

used in the comparative and superlative
His argument was more convincing than mine.

He became even more depressed after she died.

This is one of the most boring books I've ever read.

She was the most interested in going to the cinema.

5. A small number of ‘-ed‘ adjectives are normally only used after link verbs such as ‘be‘, ‘become‘, or ‘feel‘. They are related to transitive verbs, and are often followed by a prepositional phrase, a ‘to‘-infinitive clause, or a ‘that‘-clause.

convinced
delighted
finished interested
involved
pleased prepared
scared
thrilled tired
touched
 worried

The Brazilians are pleased with the results.

He was always prepared to account for his actions.

She was scared that they would find her.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 7:57 pm




How to Teach -ED/-ING Adjectives: 9 Simple Steps
Are your students confused or confusing?
How many times have you heard students say “I am exciting” or “I am boring”? Grasping when to use -ED and -ING endings with participial adjectives is very confusing. That is, the adjectives are confusing, and the students are confused! Even after countless written exercises, students often make mistakes with these “feeling” adjective endings while speaking. Here are some teaching tips to help clarify the situation for your students.
1. Sentence patterns
Start by reminding students of the two adjective patterns used in English sentences:



  • Be + Adj          Example: The book is interesting. (The adjective interesting describes the noun book.)


  • Adj + N            Example: This is an interesting book. (The adjective interesting describes the noun book.)


2. Feelings
Now you can remind your students that -ED/-ING adjectives are used to describe feelings.
Give some examples, such as interested/interesting, bored/boring, excited/exciting, tired/tiring, etc.
3. -ING adjectives: Be + Adj
You use the -ING ending when the noun is the REASON or CAUSE of the “feeling” adjective. In other words, -ING adjectives show why a person is feeling a certain way. -ING adjectives are used primarily with nouns that are THINGS.
Examples:


  • This movie is boring. (The noun movie is the REASON/CAUSE of my feeling of boredom.)


  • My life is exciting. (The noun life is the REASON/CAUSE of my feeling of excitement.)


4. -ING adjectives: Adj + N
Examples:


    This is a boring movie. (The noun movie is the REASON/CAUSE of my feeling of boredom.)


  • I have an exciting life. (The noun life is the REASON/CAUSE of my feeling of excitement.)


5. -ED adjectives: Be + Adj
You use the -ED ending to show the RESULT or EFFECT. In other words, -ED adjectives describe howa person is feeling. -ED adjectives are used primarily with nouns that are PEOPLE.
Examples:


  • She is bored. (The adjective bored describes how she is feeling.)


  • My friend is excited. (The adjective excited describes how my friend is feeling.)


6. -ED adjectives: Adj + N
You can mention to students that this pattern is possible, but not often used with -ED adjectives.
Examples:


  • bored girl fell asleep on the bus. (The adjective bored describes how the girl is feeling.)


  • My excited friend can’t wait to go on vacation. (The adjective excited describes how my friend is feeling.)


7. Cause and effect
For further clarification, you can give some examples of CAUSE and EFFECT (i.e., the REASON and RESULT) in sentence pairs. It really helps students to see the adjectives side by side like this.
Examples:


    This is a boring movie. I am bored.  (The movie CAUSES my feeling; the EFFECT is that I feel bored.)


  • I have an exciting life. I am excited. (My life is the REASON for my feeling; the RESULT is that I feel excited.)


8. Exceptions
Here’s where it gets tricky for students! Can you use -ING with a PERSON instead of a THING? Unfortunately, yes, if the person is the CAUSE of the feeling.
Examples:


    The teacher is confusing. The students are confused. (The teacher CAUSES the confusion, perhaps by not explaining something clearly, so the EFFECT is that the studentsfeel confused.)


  • The artist is interesting. We are interested in him. (The artist, because of his talent, is the REASON for our interest; we are interested in him and his art as a RESULT).


Make sure you explain to students that when they say “I am boring,” it actually means that they are uninteresting people, not that they are feeling bored!
9. Advanced
If you have higher-level students, you may wish to point out that we have several verbs in English besides “Be” that you can use to indicate how you’re feeling. Some examples include: feel, seem, look, appear, etc.
Examples:


  • am confused.


  • She feels confused.


  • He seems confused.


  • They appear confused.


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 8:02 pm



 4 Fascinating Ways for Teaching -ED and -ING Adjectives



The topic of -ED and -ING adjectives can be a refreshing one as it gives you the chance to introduce a higher level of new vocabulary as well as open up a whole new world of expressing opinions and feelings for the learner.



The strategies below can be used at varying levels of language acquisition and can be adapted to many different types and lengths of activities.





Introducing –ED and –ING Adjectives
1
Clearly Define the Difference Between –Ed and –ING Adjectives
Teaching these adjectives can be challenging from the start because students can easily get confused about the differences between the –ED and –ING endings. This confusion often results in humorous mistakes such as “I am exciting.” or “The movie was excited.” Before jumping into too much vocabulary, the first thing you want to explain and show is the differences in use. The best way to explain –ED and ING adjectives is with a diagram on the board or a handout.



Description Feeling/Opinion
Something (noun) is/are interest-ING…. I am/I feel interest-ED in….
Politics Politics
Barak Obama The President
Lord of the Rings The Lord of the Rings

Question the students using examples of adjectives they already know. For example: what is something that is interesting? Have the class make a list under interesting and use a simple sentence structure like above. Then follow that with what are you interested in? You can go through this a few times with adjectives they know (amazing, boring, and exciting are good ones). The point you are making is that



-ED adjectives are used to talk about a person’s feelings or opinions. (These are the receivers of feelings)
-ING adjectives are used to describe things, people, places, activities. (These are the sources of the feelings)
Also point out that often -ED adjectives are also usually followed by small prepositions like in or by.



2
Engage the Class with Different Types of Comprehension Checks
Define the difference again and do several comprehension checks with students. Other ways to do that are, for example: I am interested vs. I am interesting. The first one means I like it, I want to hear about it. The second one means that I am being described as something people find interesting. You can now do some questioning about people/things in the class and also have students create questions to one another. Here are some examples: who is amazing, what is boring (usually gets a lot of laughs)? Who is challenging? Why are you bored/tired/annoyed today? You can add to this to exercise to have either partner activities or the whole class together doing it in rounds.



3
Introducing New –Ed and –ING Adjectives
Now that they have had some fun figuring out the difference, it is time to draw out a list of the –ED and –ING adjectives they know and then start introducing the ones that they don’t. Be mindful of their skill level. Do not give them too much new vocabulary too quickly. You can think ahead of time how you are going to define the new words, and generally 10 new words at a time should work really well. Here is comprehensive list to give to them in chunks that you can also expand upon:



-ED -ING
Amused Amusing
Exhausted Exhausting
Embarrassed Embarrassing
Pleased Pleasing
Surprised Surprising
Thrilled Thrilling
Annoyed Annoying
Confused Confusing
Depressed Depressing
Disgusted Disgusting
Frightened Frightening
Horrified Horrifying
Shocked Shocking
Relaxed Relaxing
Fascinated Fascinating
Troubled Troubling
Puzzled Puzzling
Irritated Irritating
Devastated Devastating
Overwhelmed Overwhelming
Disappointed Disappointing
Intrigued Intriguing
Discouraged Discouraging
Soothed Soothing
Moved Moving
Humiliated Humiliating
Satisfied Satisfying
Touched Touching
Define the words using very concrete examples and examples from real life. After you have done an explanation of a group of words you know they don’t know, then you can move on to doing the more interactive comprehension exercises and focus also on grammatical structure. Often –ED and –ING adjectives relate to one another and may have differing degrees of intensity. For example, how would you differentiate between terrified and frightened? Is there much of a difference?



4
Practice Activities
Create a stack of cards that have one –ED or –ING adjective per card. Have each student choose three cards and make sentences in rounds. You can alter this by having them make questions with their cards, giving them a theme to do with the cards (actors, movies, current events), or having them make a list of five to ten things that have to do with the word on the card. The cards can be used for quick warm-ups or turned into longer, more drawn out class activities.



Create an opinion survey that the students can do in pairs or groups. The questions don’t need to be too forced, but make sure you tell them the point of the activity is to practice –ED and –ING adjectives. For example: What is something that really annoys you? What kinds of movies do you find interesting? Tell us about a time when you were embarrassed.



You could also make these statements or questions into cards and use for warm-ups.



Make a list of varying items: people, places, things, events, activities. Have students tell/write a story about the topic using at least five/ten –ED or –ING adjectives. Examples could be: Madonna, soccer, the beach, a birthday party, my boyfriend/girlfriend, or anything from pop culture, news, or local culture. Have them share their stories.



Teaching –ED and –ING adjectives can be enjoyable for both the teacher and the students.
You can come up with innumerable ways for students to practice, and they will keep learning new words to add to their ever-growing vocabulary. Don’t forget to correct their mistakes and always remember to include humor, patience and encouragement in all of your activities!
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 8:04 pm

لقد دفعنى الفهم الخاطئ لهذه القاعدة أن أكتب توضيحا لها و أرجو أن يطلع عليها كل من يدخل إلى هذه الصفحة بإمعان و يقم بنشرها حتى نصحح فهمنا الخاطئ لهذه القاعدة 
تقول القاعدة أن الصفات المنتهية بـ ed تصف الأشخاص و أن الصفات المنتهية بـ ing تصف الأشياء و لكن هذا غير صحيح . بمعنى أنه من الممكن أن أستخدم صفة تنتهى بـ ing لكى تصف شخصا ، مثال : 
عندما أقول :
What a tiring man
تعنى هذه الجملة " ياله من رجل متعب ." و فيها استخدمنا الصفة المنتهية بــing لوصف الرجل بأنه متعب و lلجملة صحيحة معنويا و قواعديا symantically and syntactically 
لذا فإن القاعدة القائلة بأن الصفات المنتهية بـ ed تصف الأشخاص و أن الصفات المنتهية بـ ing تصف الأشياء خاطئة 
و فيما يلى شرح مفصل بالعربية و الإنجليزية لهذه القاعدة من الألف إلى الياء 


sing -ED and -ING to Make an Adjective

استخدام اللواحق -ed و -ing لتكوين الصفات .

هناك بعض الأفعال التى تسمى بأفعال " العاطفة" التى يمكن إضافة _ed و -ing لها لكى تصبح صفات . 

Verbs of Emotions : can become Adjectives by adding -ed or -ing.
Sample verbs of emotion:

أمثلة لهذه الأفعال : 

يمتع amuse 
يقلق irritate 
يريح comfort
يذهل - يسحر fascinate 
يحير puzzle 
يقنع - يرضى satisfy
يضايق annoy
يدهش surprise 
يحبط depress 
يذهل - يربك bewilder 
يثير - يستثير excite
يحبط frustrate
يضايق bother 
يضجر - يضايق bore 
يتعب tire
يشوق - يثير انتباه interest 
يثير - يغضب aggravate
يذهل - يدهش amaze
يأسر captivate 
يربك -يحيرconfuse 
يصدم shock 
يخدع - يكيد intrigue 
يخيب أمل disapp oint 
يتعب exhaust
و القاعدة العامة : 
نستخدم أى فعل من الأفعال السابقة + ed لنصف : 
The verb+ed becomes an adjective when it is used to describe . . .
1- فرد أو حيوان يمر بهذه الخبرة أو التجربة ( الشعور ).

A person or animal that experiences that emotion . 
أمثلة : 

Susan was annoyed by her neighbor's dog
سوزان متضايقة بسبب كلب الجيران . 

الشرح : فى المثال السابق سوزان هى المتضايقة ( الفرد الذى يمر بالتجربة لذا استخدمنا الصفة المضاف لها -ed فى annoyed 

The lion in the cage is puzzled

الأسد الذى فى القفص متحير 

الشرح : هنا الأسد - حيوان - استخدمنا معه صفة ed لانه الشئ المار بالتحربة أو الشعور 

In this sentence the "esperiencer " is the lion so we moified it using -ed adjective
و لكى تكون هناك طريقة جيدة لتذكر هذه القاعدة يمكن أن نطلق عليها قاعدة ( e-e ) بحيث الــ e الأولى تدل على النهاية ed و الثانية تدل على experience الشعور الذى يمر به الإنسان أو الحيوان . 

Susan is "the experiencer." She is experiencing an emotion. The 
word annoyed is used to describe how Susan is feeling. 
A good way to remember to use -ed to describe the person or animal that experiences an emotion is to remember that both start with E. E for -ed and E for Experience. The "Experiencer's" emotion is described with ED.

2- الجزء الثانى من القاعدة : 
الصفات التى تنتهى -ing تستخدم لتصف : 
الأشخاص أو الأشياء التى تولد - تتسبب فى هذا الشعور 

The verb+ing becomes an adjective when it is used to describe . .
the thing or things that cause ( insitigate ) that feeling
مثال : 

The dog was annoying Susan.

كان الكلب يضايق سوزان 

The dog instigated the emotion. The dog (instigated) Susan to be annoyed. Annoying is the adjective used to describe what the dog was doing to Susan.

استخدمنا الصفة التى تنتهى بـ -ing لوصف الكلب لانه هو الذى يتسبب فى هذا الشعور ( التضايق ) لدى سوزان 

مثال آخر : 
this is a confusing girl
هذه الفتاة محيرة 
الشرح : وصفت الفتاة بصفة -ing مع أنها إنسان لانها هى التى تثير هذا الشعور . 

we used an ing adjective to modify the girl although she is a human because she resulted in ( caused ) the feeling of confuse
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adjectives ending with ed or ing are called participial adjectives

The cause of a 'feeling' gets the -ing participle
اي ان الشيء المسبب للشعور يأخذ الصفة المنتهية بـ -ing 

The receiver of a 'feeling' gets the -ed participle
أما متلقي الفعل او الذي وقع اثر الفعل عليه فيأخذ الصفة المنتهية بـ -ed 

مثال على هذا

The clown was entertaining the family

CAUSE مسبب الشعور

The clown was entertaining
البهلوان كان مسلّي

RECEIVER متلقي الشعور

The family was entertained
العائلة كانت متسلية


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 8:05 pm

'-ed' and '-ing' adjectives: describing feelings and things
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Confusing Words Grammar Vocabulary
relaxing-relaxed
'My holiday was relaxing. I felt really relaxed.'
Few, but common, adjectives end in either -ed or -ing:
worried/worrying, interested/interesting, excited/exciting
'-ed' adjectives
Adjectives that end in -ed are used to describe how people feel:
'He was surprised to find that he had been upgraded to first class.'
'I was confused by the findings of the report.'
'She felt tired after working hard all day.'
 '-ing' adjectives
Adjectives that end in -ing are used to describe things and situations. Compare these example sentences to the ones above:
'Being upgraded to first class is surprising.'
The findings of this report are confusing.'
'Working hard all day is tiring.'
 example table:
 
-ed and -ing adjectives tables
Feel '-ed' describe '-ing'
annoyed annoying
bored boring
confused confusing
depressed depressing
excited exciting
frustrated frustrating
frightened frightening
satisfied satisfying
shocked shocking
 
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 8:13 pm

بعض الماتريل التي تتناول نفس الموضوع
جاهزة للتحميل بمجرد الضغط عليها
Adjectives ending in –ing or -ed.ppt
ADJECTIVES
Adjectives Ending in -ing and -ed - The University of Michigan Press

Adjectives -ED or -ING Exercise - autoenglish.org

Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الجمعة 25 أكتوبر 2013, 9:24 pm

تلخيصًا لكل هذا الكلام:يوجد مايسمى Present Participle أي اسم الفاعل ويصاغ بإضافة ing إلى مصدر الفعل وهو يستخدم كصفة للفاعل،وهناك ما يسمى Past Participle أي اسم المفعول وهو التصريف الثالث للفعل وهو يستخدم كصفة للمفعول،ولذلك نلاحظ استخدام اسم المفعول دائمًا في صيغة المبني للمجهول.بمعنى أننا عندما نصف من قام بالفعل أو ما تسبب في الفعل نصفه منطقيًا باسم الفاعل،وعندما نصف من وقع عليه الفعل أو ما وقع عليه الفعل نصفه باسم المفعول.
أعتقد أن هذه الصياغة البسيطة هي مصدر هذا الموضوع الذي طال شرحه في العديد من المصادر وربما يقرأه الكثيرون ويضيعون فيه وقتًا طويلا.
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مُساهمةموضوع: شكر لكم    السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 9:14 pm

انا من طلبت موضوع مشروع بحث عن الصفات المنتهيه بed وINGوقد اجبتموني اجابه وافيه وانا شاكر جدا لكم وارجو لكم من الله التوفيق(ربي يحفضكم ويسدد خطاكم ويوفقكم)رائع donload
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 9:24 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: مشروع بحث   السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 9:24 pm

السلام عليكم لقد وفيتم وكفيتم باعطائ امس صفحات ممتازه وانا اكرر شكري ولكنني اطمع بان تتكرموا باعطائي اسماء المصادر التي تخص مواضيع البارحه كي تفيدني في اكمال البحث خاصتي والذي كان بعنوان Adjective ending in ed and ING وشكرا لكم
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 9:27 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 9:39 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: شكرا كثيرا   السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 10:15 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   السبت 26 أكتوبر 2013, 10:18 pm

فيه اسفل كل موضوع مربع او مستطيل بتكتبي فيه وتضغطي ارسال بدل ماتعملي موضوع جديد كل مرة  Smile 
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مُساهمةموضوع: عذرا على الاخطاء    الأحد 27 أكتوبر 2013, 7:32 am

عذرا على الاخطاء فلم انتبه لمعلومة عدم فتح موضوع جديد والان اخترت موضوع رد فهل انا الان في الاختيار الصحيح  وشكرا لكم
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الأحد 27 أكتوبر 2013, 7:52 am

السلام عليكم لقد ساعدتموني في الموضوعات وانا الان اطلب المساعده في كيفية اعداد البحث اي كيف ارتب بحثي من اولوياته كمقدمه وطرح الموضوعات واسلوب الكتابه بغض النظر عن الموضوعات نفسها فانا اكملت قبل 13 سنه دراستي في كلية التربيه قسم الفيزياء وكما تعلمون البحوث العلميه تختلف عن البحوث الادبيه في اسلوب الطرح فارجو توجيهي لكيفية الكتابه فقط بصوره عامه ولكم جزيل الشكر
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الأحد 27 أكتوبر 2013, 3:06 pm

ليس عندي فكرة جيدة عن هذا الامر لانه يتوقف علي ماهو مطلوب منك من الجهة التي طلبت البحث
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Adjective ending in ed and ing   الأحد 27 أكتوبر 2013, 5:38 pm

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