For each sentence below, choose the correct participle by clicking one of the two choices provided. Remember that the -ing participle is associated with the SOURCE and the -ed participle is associated with the EXPERIENCER.1. Mary gave me some bewildered/bewildering directions to her house.
2. Confused/Confusing I drove all around the countryside.
3. By the end of the day, I was both annoyed/annoying and almost out of gas.
4. Then I noticed a pleased/pleasing sight, a gas station next to an ice cream stand.
5. After I stopped there, I felt much more refreshed/refreshing and ready to tackle the puzzled/pleasing directions once again.