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Hi. Please help. Which is correct for the sentence sets below?

Never tired of doing this.

Never be tired of doing this.

He never tires of doing this.

He is never tired of doing this.

He never tired of doing this.

He was never tired of doing this.
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Hi,

Please help. Which is correct for the sentence sets below?

Never tired of doing this. No.

Never be tired of doing this. OK, but an odd thing to say.

He never tires of doing this. OK

He is never tired of doing this. OK

He never tired of doing this. OK

He was never tired of doing this. OK

I hope you realize these have different meanings, and thus require different contexts.

Clive
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Hi. Thank you. What do you think/say is the difference between the two?

(exhorting a young person)

Never tire of helping someone in dire need.

Never be tired of helping someone in dire need.
Hi,

What do you think/say is the difference between the two?

(exhorting a young person)

There's really very little or no difference.

Never tire of helping someone in dire need. ie Never become tired.

Never be tired of helping someone in dire need.ie Never be in state of tiredness.

Neither seems like a natural thing to say.

Natural would be eg Always help someone in dire need.

Clive