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‎It is tiring of you to ask me again and again about what you have already solved!

I wrote the sentence myself.

What I want to convey is that the trait of you to ask me again and again about what you have already solved tires me.

I want to know whether Tiring of you is acceptable or not, and if not natural, would you please suggest a more natural sentence, and explain which point makes the sentence unnatural?

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You find it tiring to be asked again and again for .... {something}.

It is tiring to be asked over and over for ... {something}.

The person being asked is the one who is getting tired, that is, the one who is tiring (intransitive verb). The repetitive questioning is tiresome.

to tire is also transitive. To tire someone...

You are tiring me with your questions.

But the quality of being tiring to others is expressed by the adjective tiresome.

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