Hello.

I need to say that I'm not in mood to talk about something but I want to say it differently.

Can I say: I'm not comfortable to talk about that" or "I'm not pleased to talk about that"?

Thanks!
1 2
I`m not comfortable to talk about that- ok.

It makes me no pleasure talking about that.

I dislike talking about that.

etc, etc
Thank you very much! And isn't my second version ok?
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Not really. Emotion: smile
Does it sounds weird or I can enounce that?
Hi,

I need to say that I'm not in mood to talk about something but I want to say it differently.

Can I say:

I'm not comfortable to talk about that" Not idiomatic.

You can say 'I'm not comfortable talking about that'.

or

"I'm not pleased to talk about that"? Not idiomatic.

You could say

eg I don't want to talk about that.

eg I'd rather not talk about that.

eg I don't feel like talking about that.

Clive
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Thank you! But if we can say "I'm pleased to do smth" why can't we say the opposite as well?
Hi,

But if we can say "I'm pleased to do smth" why can't we say the opposite as well?

As I said, it's not idiomatic. Basically, that means we don't say that because we don't like to say that.Emotion: big smile

Here are a couple of further comments on nuances.

I'm pleased to do it. Suggests I'm going to do it, and it will make me happy.

I'm not pleased to do it. Still suggests I'm going to do it, but it will not make me happy.

I don't think this is the meaning you want.

Clive
ohh, yes, it's not really what I want for sure, thanks!
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Show more