-ing or -ed: Endings in English

-ed tells us the effect that something has on someone. It is used to tell us how someone feels.
        I am excited. (how I feel)
-ing tells us something about the subject; it describes it (not how it feels).
        This movie is exciting. (about the movie)

Other examples:
I am tired. The meeting was tiring.
I am amazed by her work. Her work is amazing.
I am surprised! That announcement was surprising.

Welcome to your -ing vs -ed: Endings in English

I almost fell asleep because the meeting was so __________ (bored/boring).

She looked really ________ (bored/boring) during the presentation.

I’m really _______ (tired/tiring) from the long flight.

The long flight was very ____________ (tired/tiring).

She was _________ (amazed/amazing) by the great news!

That is ___________ (amazed/amazing) news!

I’m very _________ (worried/worrying) about my father.

The news about my father is _____________ (worried/worrying).

The constant dripping in the sink is so _____________ (annoyed/annoying).

I’m ___________ (annoyed/annoying) by the constant dripping in the sink.