What's difference between " It is too tiring to~" and " It is too tired to~" ??


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  • It is too tiring

This is in active voice, so it suggests that that the activity described by 'it' will tire us or is already making us tired.

I never run, it is too tiring.

For the second:

  • It is too tired

This is passive voice, so 'it' is not an activity because it has to be something that can receive the 'tiring' action. 'It' is probably a person or animal, and they have done some energy intensive activity and probably now want to sleep or relax.

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