The linearized flux-surface averaged resistive magnetohydrodynamic(MHD) equations in toroidal geometry are derived, which include not only hot particle effects but kinetic and geometrical effects as viscosity, compression, diamagnetic drift and neoclassical effects. The hot particle terms are derived by solving gyro-kinetic equations and using slowing-down distribution function for equilibrium. The equation set is solved numerically. It is shown that a new interchange mode is derived by deeply trapped hot particles and this mode is strongly stabilized by electron diamagnetic drift and perpendicular resistivity. Also the hot particles stabilize and destabilize the resistive ballooning and the tearing mode, respectively, with off-resonance of mode frequency and precession frequency. And sloshing hot particle destabilize the neoclassical tearing mode.