I’m pooped – ways to say I’m Tired in English

English Idioms,English Vocabulary 15 March 2010 | 14 Comments

It’s important to expand you vocabulary and learn new ways to say thing same thing. Instead of saying, “I’m tired” all of the time when you feel tired try:

I’m beat.
I’m exhausted.
I’m pooped.
I’m worn out.
I’m done.
I’m sleepy.
I’m spent.
I’m flat out tired.
I’m dead on my feet.
I’m running on empty.
I’m running on fumes.
I’m fatigued.
I’m tired out.
I’m weary.
I’m dog tired.
I’m tired to the bone.
I’m knackered.
I’m dragging.

14 Responses on “I’m pooped – ways to say I’m Tired in English”

  1. Tatia_Kova says:

    very useful=) thank you:)

  2. Yvonne says:

    You’re welcome! I’m glad you find it useful.

  3. Aelphaeis says:

    Wow! I had no idea there were actually SO MANY ways to say it! I just knew a few of those, like 5 or something lol 😛

  4. Yvonne says:

    I’m so glad you learned some new phrases! Thanks for reading the post!

  5. Alejandro says:

    Yes, this is great!! thank u very much Ivonne!

  6. Yvonne says:

    You’re welcome! I’m glad you stopped by!

  7. max says:

    thanks! cool! however, ‘i’m sleepy’ is a little bit different :-))

  8. Yvonne says:

    I think it depends on the context. I can say I’m tired and I’m sleepy and mean the exact same thing. 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by Max!

  9. vik says:

    Excellent stuff! I found this page today when I was damn tried after 36 hour of trip. 😀

    Good job. Thanks,

  10. Yvonne says:

    I’m glad you liked it!

  11. Clark says:

    Why thank youuuuu, you just proved my point to my friend who didn’t believe pooped is a way to say i’m tired!!

  12. Yvonne says:

    Thanks Clark. Glad I could help!

  13. pinky says:

    nice…………………very useful……..thxxxx

  14. Yvonne says:

    You’re welcome! Thanks for your comment!

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