One Point English Grammar Lesson: “Tired of”

Michael Uncategorized 5 Comments

When you do something too often, or too much, you can use “I am tired of ~.” There are two patterns:

1) tired of + verbING:

  • I’m tired of eating pizza every day for lunch.
  • I’m tired of watching this TV program.

2) tired of + noun:

  • I’m tired of pizza
  • I’m tired of this TV program.

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