I'm Sick of It

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I'm Sick of It
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Meaning/Usage: To express that you are tired of something; to express you don't like something anymore

Explanation: This is commonly used when something happens so often that you are tired of it.

"I'm not sure about you, but I'm sick of it!"
"I don't know why she's acting that way, but I'm sick of it."
"I'm sick of it. We need to stop arguing so much."

A. "Why has he been acting so mean to everyone?"
B. "I don't know, but I'm sick of it."
A. "Me too, I'm going to say something to him."
B. "Let me know what he says."

Other Common Sentences

"I'm tired of it."
"I don't like it anymore."

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