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Context: The difficult and unpleasant situation are no longer.

I am relaxed now from the difficult and unpleasant situation.

Can we say this with the context?

Are "no longer" and "relaxed" correct here?

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No. Use "is (now) over" or "is (now) finished" instead of "are no longer".

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Context: The difficult and unpleasant situation are over.

I am relaxed now from the difficult and unpleasant situation.

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kumenglishContext: The difficult and unpleasant situation are is over.

"Situation" is singular, so we use "is".

kumenglishI am relaxed now from that the difficult and unpleasant situation is over.

Thanks for your correction. However, May I ask why we use "that" instead of "relaxed from" the difficult?

"relaxed now from" is unnatural.

"relaxed now that the ..." means "relaxed bearing in mind that the ..."

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/now_that

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I checked the link. So "now" is important in this context. If I remove the "now", will the sentence be correct?

I am relaxed from the difficult and unpleasant situation, which is over.

"Relaxed from" is unnatural. You can say "free from", but you'd have to rephrase the sentence.

I am free from the difficult and unpleasant situation, which is over.

Is it correct?

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