Different ways to say you are sad in English

English Vocabulary 21 March 2010 | 3 Comments

There are lots of different ways to say you are sad in English. Here are a few of the more common ways to say it. As always, leave a comment if you have any questions!

I’m sad.
I’m disappointed.
I’m tired. – some people say they are tired, when they are really sad.
I’m bummed. – slang
I’m down.
I’m down in the dumps.
I’m miserable. (This is pretty sad.)
I’m unhappy.
I’m blue.
I’m gloomy.
I’m glum.
I’m depressed. (This is very sad.)
I’m troubled.
I’m tearful.
I’m disheartened.

3 Responses on “Different ways to say you are sad in English”

  1. I learn “I’m bummed” and “I’m glum.”

  2. Yvonne says:

    I’m glad you learned new words. I’m bummed, is used a lot in the US.

  3. Ashlee says:

    im th eopposite of what i should be

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