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Dear Teachers,

1. These days my health does not allow me to do overwork.

- Is this natural to say?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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No, it's not natural. You need one of the following, depending on the meaning you want.

These days my health does not allow me to work.
These days my health does not allow me to work much.
These days my health does not allow me to work overtime.

CJ
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It’s a little odd.

By overwork, do you mean ‘work a lot’? If so, these might serve your purpose:





  • I’m in such poor health these days that I’m unable to work much.



  • My poor health prevents me from working very much these days.



  • I can’t work very much these days because of my poor health.
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