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Hi
Here is a situation:
My mom told me to clean my room. I know that I have to do it but I'm lazy - I feel bored, tired etc. and I dont want to do anything today. How to say it in english?
I'm looking some word which show the emotion, mood which makes me lazy. I dont know if I understand it properly but there was a song "Today I don't feel like doing anything" How to say it in colloquial speach in answer to: clean your room, do your homework etc
Thanks Emotion: smile
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Hi,

eg Today I don't feel like doing anything.
eg I just want to veg out.

Clive
Cliveeg Today I don't feel like doing anything.
So if we talking about only one thing in example of our dirty room it will be:
- Clean your room.
- I dont feel like (doing it)?

In other examples:
I dont feel like cleaning my room
I dont feel like going out anywhere

Did I understand it correctly?
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Hi,

So if we talking about only one thing in example of our dirty room it will be:
- Clean your room.
- I dont feel like (doing it)?
I don't feel like (doing) it.

In other examples:
I dont feel like cleaning my room
I dont feel like going out anywhere

Did I understand it correctly?Yes.
How your Mom responds is up to her.
She might say 'I don't feel like cooking your dinner tonight'.

don't. (apostrophe)

Clive
And the positive sentence of this will be "I feel like cleaning my room" or its not correct or not using in english?

I have another one small questions that I wouldnt like creating a new topic. Which sentence is correct?
Does your mom has a big cat?
Has your mom a big cat?
Has your mom got a big cat?
Thanks
Clivejust want to veg out.Clive
Emotion: smile nice Clive ... I have checked the dictionary and at a first glance I thought that "to veg" is related to vegetable, so I did not get your suggestion, but then it was mentioned a second possibility "to do nothing" it has some similarities with Italian "vegetare" Emotion: smile
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Hi,

So if we talking about only one thing in example of our dirty room it will be:
- Clean your room.
- I dont feel like (doing it)? No. Say I don't feel like (doing) it.

In other examples:
I dont feel like cleaning my room
I dont feel like going out anywhere

Did I understand it correctly? All except the need for apostrophes.

Clive
Hi,

And the positive sentence of this will be "I feel like cleaning my room" Fine or its not correct or not using in english?

I have another one small questions that I wouldnt like creating a new topic. Which sentence is correct?
Does your mom have has a big cat?
Has your mom a big cat?
Has your mom got a big cat?
These are all OK.

Clive