Boost Your English Vocabulary: 6 Different Ways To Say That You Are Very Tired
Using this vocabulary, instead of just saying that you are very tired, will make your English sound more interesting for the listener.
- After the long hike, I felt completely exhausted.
- She was exhausted after working a double shift at the hospital.
- The strenuous workout left me feeling fatigued.
- He was fatigued from a week of nonstop meetings.
3. Worn out:
- The busy day of sightseeing left us all feeling worn out.
- The kids were worn out after playing at the park for hours.
- The challenging exam left her emotionally and mentally drained.
- The intense rehearsals for the play left the actors physically drained.
- After the long journey, I was feeling quite weary.
- The constant traveling made him weary of airports and hotels.
- The hectic schedule had left him feeling run-down.
- She felt run-down after dealing with a stressful week at work.
Stay refreshed and energized, and remember that a little rest goes a long way!
Keep in mind the best way to remember this or any vocabulary in English is to take the word or phrase write it in a sentence that’s true for you or true in your world and then memorize your sentences.
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