To help me remember this, "müde" sounds simmilar to "moody" and people are moody when tired.
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Oh wow that helps!
i just came here to find a way to remember this word. thanks
no müde sounds like müde that does not make sense. "ü" sort of sounds like the long "u" sound .
and when i say sort of i mean sort of!
though i can sort of see where you're coming from.
though if it does help some of you that's fine. :-)
When you run in front of a car, you get tired. When you run behind a car, you get exhausted.
Ich bin müde its 12:32 here
Is "Mir ist müde" accepted?
No. I only know that sentence structure to be used for mir ist kalt/heiß.
Can this mean tired in both the sense of sleepy or exhausted from exercise?
Müde usually means tired as in sleepy i do not think it means tired as in from exercise and it does not mean exhausted.
correct me if i'm wrong. ;-)
"Müde" is sleepy, but often it's also used for exhausted: " Ich bin müde, ich höre jetzt auf" - I am exhausted, I stop it now. It's also used for sick of something - "einer Sache müde sein". But this is not very common anymore.
Ich bin nicht müde, ich bin HUNDEMÜDE
you're dog tired?
I say this all the time lol. It's really fun to say it in a really whiny voice.
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