Your Daily English Tips are back!
Hope your holidays were as good as mine and that it is not too bad to be back at work again!
A BIG thanks to all the “Mineiros” who sent me their travel-tips and suggestions for my time in the South of Minas …… they were very helpful.
We are preparing a Travelling Classroom to Paraty (after Carnival) and some Listening Workshops in Sao Paulo …. will send details once everything is confirmed.
Definition: To be made very tired.
Other definitions: To use something so much that it is old or damaged.
E.g.1. We were worn out when our guests left yesterday.
E.g.2. It always wears me out if I go to bed after ten o’clock.
This phrasal verb can be separated.