Check out our updated Community
Are these two clauses OK to use
I have been tired of you
I have had enough of you
May 17, 2020 11:12 AM
Comments · 4
They are both very rude. Perhaps you could find a kinder way to say goodbye?
May 17, 2020
"I have had enough of you" is best. or "I've had enough of you."

You could also say, "I'm sick and tired of..." (This is a bit more angry sounding.)
May 17, 2020
For the first one is would be more natural to say 'I am tired of you'/'I was tired of you'.

The second clause is fine.
May 17, 2020
The second one is OK
For the first one you can simply say "I'm tired of you."
May 17, 2020
Language Skills
English, Sinhala
Learning Language