No, the word relaxing is not an adverb.The word relaxing is a verb.
Julie and Sam are relaxing in the hot tub. (relaxing = verb) Mitchell enjoyed a relaxing afternoon on his favorite Golf course. (relaxing = adjective)
Julie and Sam are relaxing in the hot tub. (relaxing = verb) Mitchell enjoyed a relaxing afternoon on his favorite golf course. (relaxing = adjective)
der Volleyball= volleyball Volleyball spielen= to play volleyball
To relax = Relajarse Relaxing (Past participle) = Relajado (For example, Spanish is relaxing = Español es relajado) Relaxing (Present participle) = Relajando (For example, He is relaxing = Él está relajando)
They found me relaxing by the pool.
surfing , swimming , relaxing
The correct spelling of the word is relaxing.Some example sentences are:I am looking forward to a relaxing countryside break.He is relaxing in the garden.The music was very relaxing.
The opposite of relaxing is worring or always moving/going somewhere. The opposite of relaxing would be energizing .