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i am tired

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"I am tired" is a first-person present tense statement in English. "I" is the pronoun referring to the speaker. "Am" is a form of the verb "be," showing a state of being. "Tired" is an adjective describing the speaker's state or condition. This phrase often communicates physical or mental exhaustion.
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"After a long day of work, I am tired and ready for some sleep."
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"I" is a pronoun used in English language. It's first person singular, used by a speaker to refer to themselves. "I" is always capitalized, regardless of its position in a sentence. It can be a subject, an object, or a complement in a sentence. It's also used in reflexive form as "myself".
📝 Example Sentence
"I enjoy reading books and walking in the park during autumn."
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tired

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"Tired" is an adjective in English, derived from Old English "tired" meaning weary or fatigued. It describes a state of physical or mental fatigue often due to exertion or lack of sleep. It can also be used metaphorically to express boredom or frustration.
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