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  • Let's learn some ways to say 'tired'

  • in British English.

  • 'I am absolutely knackered.'

  • 'Knackered' means 'very tired'.

  • As it's an extreme adjective we

  • can say 'absolutely knackered'.

  • 'I am worn out'.

  • We say 'worn out' when we're tired

  • because we were busy.

  • 'I am spent.' When you have no more

  • energy you are 'spent'.

  • 'I'm just completely done in.'

  • We can also say 'done in'

  • and this is an adjective phrase.

  • 'Now excuse me because I am

  • going to conk out'

  • - and that is a phrasal verb

  • which means 'go to sleep'.

  • Good night!

Let's learn some ways to say 'tired'

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Ways to say 'tired' in British English - English In A Minute

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/04
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