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#1 iamkys2003

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發表於 11 April 2009 - 01:10 PM

在很不順利的情況下,我們常會說:『真是煩死了!』、『煩透了』、『真煩~』等。
在英語中是如何表達的呢?
NB:這裡的語境並不是『無聊透頂』的意思。
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發表於 11 April 2009 - 05:02 PM

在很不順利的情況下,我們常會說:『真是煩死了!』、『煩透了』、『真煩~』等。
在英語中是如何表達的呢?
NB:這裡的語境並不是『無聊透頂』的意思。


It's so annoying.
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#3 iamkys2003

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發表於 11 April 2009 - 10:39 PM

It's so annoying.

謝謝~
但是這句話好像沒有表達出那種有點咒罵、發洩、埋怨的味道
還有更貼近的說法嗎?
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發表於 11 April 2009 - 10:53 PM

謝謝~
但是這句話好像沒有表達出那種有點咒罵、發洩、埋怨的味道
還有更貼近的說法嗎?

更貼近的說法 requires a "context" so that you can judge whether its usage is "spot on" or not!

For example, one can say:

"It's quite annoying when the professor keeps reminding me when he'd expect to see my critiques. Alright already! I know when I should turn it in. It's been on my schedule, staring at me for the last two weeks!"

In this context of use, perhaps you can feel the sense of frustration, complaint and exasperation underlying the idea of "annoying"?

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發表於 12 April 2009 - 03:54 AM

It's such annoying!
It's so irritating!

Perhaps the second one is closer to the mood you had/have?!

只是一般煩我通常會用第一個
煩到有點超過
讓人家覺得生氣或氣爆了
我就會用第二個
當然口語上在說的時候會在那個字特別加強語氣囉 :15:
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發表於 12 April 2009 - 09:38 AM

你在蘇格蘭的話可以說 I'm scunnered!
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發表於 12 April 2009 - 09:05 PM

You can use " I fed up with..."
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發表於 13 April 2009 - 08:02 AM

You can use " I fed up with..."

應該是I AM fed up with ....

I'm so fed up with John/my job/not having enough money/etc.

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發表於 13 April 2009 - 01:52 PM

應該是I AM fed up with ....

I'm so fed up with John/my job/not having enough money/etc.

Similar to "fed up with" is "sick and tired of"!

For example, "I am sick and tired of running out of money before my next pay check!"

It not only suggests a sense of being "annoyed", but also the feeling of being "disgusted", "irritated" or "agitated" typically to someone in such a predicament!

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發表於 13 April 2009 - 02:43 PM

I am sick of that

I can't stand that anymore
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發表於 21 April 2009 - 10:05 PM

That pisses me off.
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發表於 22 April 2009 - 12:23 PM

如果是I'm annoyed! 或者是leave me alone呢?
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發表於 06 May 2009 - 11:00 PM

'getting on my nerves'

e.g. xxx's voice is getting on my nerves.
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發表於 04 July 2009 - 08:38 PM

Perhaps you can try "Something really bothers me", "Something is eating me" or "Something preys on my mind".

My friend uses the second phrase quite often when "something is eating her". I tend to use the first one. :)
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發表於 16 July 2009 - 04:41 AM

i noted that you mentioned, "say", so i guess you are looking for a verbal expression? to express the condition of being or feeling irritated?

在很不順利的情況下,我們常會說:『真是煩死了!』、『煩透了』、『真煩~』等。
在英語中是如何表達的呢?
NB:這裡的語境並不是『無聊透頂』的意思。


in most cases, i tend to hear ppl saying, "crap", "sh*t", "f**k", "what the heck", "leave me alone", "i m burning out", "oh my god ( screaming mode ), or just "arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh" XD , "what a hassle!!" , "what a nuisance"

sorry if there's any spelling mistakes @_@ kinda lazy to check~~
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發表於 16 July 2009 - 07:43 AM

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我都是這樣滴... :56: 而且我發現:吼~這個字外國人好像也聽的懂喔!
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發表於 16 July 2009 - 11:18 AM

I'm so fed up
I've had enough
I'm so sick of it
I can't bear it anymore
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發表於 01 August 2009 - 11:25 PM

Hahahahahaha ("beyourslef", I love your "fan si la!" expression)

I think maybe saying "annoying" would be more accurate? That's how I'd normally say it though.
If you are commenting on things that are very troublesome, you'd say "it's such a headache." of course.
Saying "It sucks" might not be so accurate, because it kinda means things went terribly.

So "Annoying" is the word I'd use if I were you.
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發表於 02 August 2009 - 01:00 PM

That pisses me off.


同意這個說法...
我朋友的老公是美國人(中美混血,不會講中文)..
有一次她老公和她婆婆(台灣人)在爭執..
他老公就說"you piss me off" 然後上樓甩門
正當我覺的納悶時..就聽到她婆婆碎碎念 "竟然說我煩死了,這小子"
我才知道這句話的意思 ^^
但不知英國人用法是否一樣~
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發表於 04 August 2009 - 07:57 PM

Hahahahahaha ("beyourslef", I love your "fan si la!" expression)

I think maybe saying "annoying" would be more accurate? That's how I'd normally say it though.
If you are commenting on things that are very troublesome, you'd say "it's such a headache." of course.
Saying "It sucks" might not be so accurate, because it kinda means things went terribly.

So "Annoying" is the word I'd use if I were you.
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hahah
totally agree.
i can see that being quite annoying for others too
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