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1.She's exhausted from doing housework. 2.She's exhausted by doing housework. What's the difference? 1.She's exhausted from doing housework. 2.She's exhausted by doing housework. What's the difference?
Oct 28, 2018 5:54 AM
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'Exhausted by' is a little strange - it seems like a passive sentence (I was annoyed by that) but actually the housework didn't cause anything, so it's a little strange.
October 28, 2018
“Exhausted from...”means she recently did the housework and is tired now. “Exhausted by...”means that she has been doing housework every day and is very tired of doing it.
October 28, 2018
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