Jen’s English Tip’s – Bored vs. Boring
Bored vs. Boring
Many English language learners get confused about how to use the words ‘bored’ and ‘boring’ correctly. It is important that you know and understand the difference so you do not make mistakes when using these words.
Bored = describes when someone feels that they are not interested, unhappy or tired with something or someone or because they have nothing to do.
Examples with bored:
1. I am bored.
2. I get so bored in biology class.
3. Eric always gets bored at work.
4. Jessica feels bored when she is not working.
5. I get bored when I have to visit my grandparents in the country. There is nothing to do.
6. Trevor got really bored on the long flight to Tokyo.
7. It was raining all day on Saturday and I was stuck inside with nothing to do. I was very bored.
8. David got really bored when he went shopping for dresses with his mother.
9. My son got bored when he went to his friend’s house.
Boring = something or someone is not interesting
Examples with boring:
1. This is boring.
2. Ms. Wilson is so boring. I hate going to her class.
3. Helen thinks soccer games are boring.
4. The new Jim Carey movie was really boring. There was no action in the whole movie.
5. Paul’s speech was so boring. I almost fell asleep.
6. My English class is boring. I think I need to find a new teacher.
7. This book is really boring. I can’t believe I have to read the whole thing for class.
8. My new yoga class is boring. I think I need to go to a more intense class next time.
9. The Monday staff meetings at work are boring. I wish they were optional.
You should now understand the difference of ‘bored’ and ‘boring’ and how to use them correctly when you speak English.
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