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 English Vocabulary for learners 

Ways to say 'I'm bored' or 'I'm tired'.

Here are some common phrases and expressions to say 'I'm bored' or 'I'm tired'.


    • What a bore! How boring! How dull!
    • I’m bored to tears / bored to death / bored silly / bored stiff.
    • I can’t say that I find this very interesting.
    • I must say that I don’t share your enthusiasm.
    • It’s so dull. I can’t see what all the fuss is about!
    • Quite frankly the performance leaves me cold.
    • I’ve never watched anything so boring. I’m falling asleep!
    • This ceremony is so long! It could go on forever!
    • When is the fun going to start? I’m bored to distraction!
    • I’m bored out of my mind – there’s nothing happening!
    • What a boring film! Wake me up when it’s over.
    • The match is so slow I’m falling asleep!
    • There’s no action in this film. It’s a real yawner!
    • Do we have to watch this? It’s starting to wear on me.
    • What a dull performance! Tell me when it’s over!
    • This is so uninteresting - I‘m dying of boredom.
    • This is about as exciting as watching paint dry!


    • I’m exhausted / jaded / knackered / shattered!
    • I’m (completely) worn out!
    • I’m spent! I’ve had it!
    • I’m tired to the bone!
    • I’m about to drop!
    • I’m about to collapse!
    • I’m dead on my feet!
    • I’m on my last legs.
    • I’m tired to death!
    • I’m wiped out!
    • I can’t take another minute!
    • I can’t even see straight!
    • I can hardly keep my eyes open!
    • That just about drained me!
    • I’m at the end or my rope (or ‘tether’)!
    • I’m ready to fold up!
    • I’m ready to call it a day!
    • I’m ready to hit the hay!