I just wanted to know because alot of people are saying conflicting things

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SueWt15 440
It is exiting to do something different. He, she or it can become exited when thinking of doing something very exciting.

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Both are adjectives that express emotions.

I am so excited. 

It is so exciting.

Just memorize both of these and you'll soon understand the difference intuitively.

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ahenus 11540
The basic rule is that -ed ending adjectives refer to people only whereas -ing ending adjectives can refer to both objects and people.

Thus we can say someone is excited or exciting but we can't say that something is excited, only exciting.

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