to be tired of
+ verb + ing
The speaker says:
“They are tired to study. English.” INCORRECT
The speak should say:
They are tired of studying.
- I’m tired of working at the UCLA Medical Center.
- Maria is tired of working at Jim’s bookstore.
- Are you tried of studying English?
- Bob is tired of watching TV.
- What are some of the things you are tired of?
- He has been tired of his job for the last several months.
- I'm tired of all the gossiping at work.