Expressing your feelings in a language is really important. Today we are going to show you how to finally tell all the people around you you’re sick and tired of some things!
The two words that could be used for this are:
うんざり – tedious / boring
These could be used with nouns or verbs just like in English.
When used with a noun you need to use the particles に and は, i.e. には after the noun.
With a verb you do the same as with a noun but first add the nominalizer 〜の before には.
As we will see in the examples below, the two words うんざり and
Japan entered the rainy season. I’m sick of the rain.
I get fed up with long toasts at receptions.
I heard that story to the point of boredom.
I’m sick of the daily monotone work.
I’m tired of the same program every day.
I’m sick of watching over those kids.
I’m tired of playing the same game every day.
As a bonus word which does not follow the same pattern as above and is a set word by itself, 待ちくたびれる, which means “to be sick of waiting.”
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