Are you tired of saying the saying ‘I am bored’. In this English lesson learn some interesting English phrases to say ‘You are bore’ or Express boredom.Stay with me Michelle in this ESL Lesson where we are learning eight expressions that you can use to express “Being Bored”.
It does nothing for me
Meaning: saying that you feel no emotion at all about a certain thing of topic.
Example: Watching television does nothing for me.
It’s as interesting as watching paint dry
Meaning: if you say that watching an activity is like watching paint dry, you mean that it is very boring.
Example: To me, watching golf ontelevision is about as interesting as watching paint dry.
I’m afraid I don’t share your enthusiasm
Meaning: Dissimilar interests
Example: I’m afraid I don’t share your enthusiasm about football.
I can’t say that I find it interesting.
Meaning: Used to convey politely that you don’t find something interesting.
I can’t see what all the fuss is about.
Meaning: It means that other people are interested in a subject but that you cannot understand why they are interested.
Example: Everyone loved the new Star Wars movie, but I don’t see what all the fuss was about
It bores me to tears.
Meaning:Extremely bored to the point of distraction, frustration, or irritation. When you are bored to tears, you are so bored that you want to cry.
Example: Once I asked my friend: What’s wrong? You don’t look very happy.
And she said: My computer and my cell phone are both broken, so I don’t have anything to do. I’m bored to tears.
What a bore!
Situation: Patrick: Hey let’s go to Rigrox for a coffee this evening? Rosh: That place is such a bore.
How boring / tedious / dull !
Situation: you got an assignment from school and you are working on it with your friend, you could possibly exclaim to her “How boring / tedious / dull!” the task is…..
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