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hi ,,

Are these sentences right?
- I hate myself to be hungry
- I hate being hungry

thank you Emotion: smile
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I hate myself for being hungry is grammatical but the meaning is a little odd. I hate myself for being greedy may be a more natural thing to say.

I hate being hungry is fine.

CB
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No. You should use the verb stand.

He can't stand her being sad.
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Is it right?
He can't tolerate her being sad.
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And does it mean "he can't stand her sadness"? (He wants her to be happy)?
shininggirlAnd does it mean "he can't stand her sadness"? (He wants her to be happy)?
Yes