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Difference between exciting and excitable



 
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Difference between exciting and excitable #1 (permalink) Mon Mar 21, 2005 8:50 am   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

Test No. incompl/inter-12 "At the Restaurant", question 3

I promise you that dining here will be really an ......... experience for you.

(a) excitable
(b) excited
(c) exciting
(d) excite

Test No. incompl/inter-12 "At the Restaurant", answer 3

I promise you that dining here will be really an exciting experience for you.

Correct answer: (c) exciting
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Difference between exciting and excitable #2 (permalink) Mon Mar 21, 2005 10:52 am   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

it may be an exciting experience if you are an excitable person
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Difference between exciting and excitable #3 (permalink) Thu Jul 09, 2009 16:47 pm   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

What is the different between "excited" and "exciting" in this sentence?
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Difference between exciting and excitable #4 (permalink) Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:55 am   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

I promise you that dining here will be really an exciting experience for you.

why we can not use excited for above sentence?
i absolutely don't understand what is difference of excited between exciting ..

help me please !
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Difference between exciting and excitable #5 (permalink) Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:02 am   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

Orchid1205 wrote:
What is the different between "excited" and "exciting" in this sentence?

First off, please note the difference between 'difference' (noun) and 'different' (adjective).

The word 'excited' is an adjective describing a person who feels happy or enthusiastic about something.

The word 'exciting' is an adjective describing something that makes you excited.

So, a movie can be exciting and you can be excited by the movie.

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Difference between exciting and excitable #6 (permalink) Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:10 am   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

hi alan

thank you for your explanation.
it is exciting to receive explanation from you alan.
it make me excited to practice my english again

regards

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Difference between exciting and excitable #7 (permalink) Mon Feb 22, 2010 12:27 pm   Difference between exciting and excitable
 

Thanks to make understand between Noun & Adjective
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