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  • Hi this is Tutor Nick P and this is Lesson 356. The title of today's lesson is the

  • difference between exhaustive and exhausting. All right. This is one where

  • students might mess up, especially students of ESL. English as a Second

  • Language. They're more likely to probably be using

  • exhausting when they're supposed to be using exhaustive. Okay. So let's take a

  • look at the note here. If something is exhaustive, it is done in a complete and

  • thorough way. Yeah. So it's checked very carefully. Yeah it's done in a very

  • thorough way. Okay. Good. If something is exhausting it makes you feel very tired

  • and drains all or most of your energy. So really there's quite a difference

  • between the two. All right. So let's look at some examples here. Of course with the

  • X this is where the student may make a mistake. So we see here with the X, this

  • is wrong. That was an exhausting study they did on sleep disorders. No. If you

  • say it's an exhausting study, it means the study made you tired. No. What they

  • really want to say here is that it was an exhaustive study, they did on sleep

  • disorders which means that it was a very thorough one. It was done in a very

  • complete way. They covered everything. They didn't miss anything. Okay. Let's

  • take a look at the second one here. They compiled an exhausting list on all the

  • people involved in that scandal. No. Again that would mean that the list made them

  • tired. They really mean that what they compiled was an exhaustive list on all the

  • people involved in that scandal. So exhaustive again means very thorough, very

  • complete. They didn't miss anything. Okay. Good. Now let's look at the third one

  • here. It took the police over a year to do an exhausting investigation on this

  • matter. Again the same thing. If you said exhausting, it means that investigation made

  • them tired , which is possible it might have done that too. But that's not what they

  • mean here in this sentence. They mean exhaustive. Meaning

  • it was a very thorough , very complete. They made sure they got everything down.

  • They didn't miss anything. All right. Good. And of course let's

  • just end it by giving one example of exhausting. That long hike up of this

  • mountain was very exhausting . Meaning very tiring. It really tired you out. Okay. Great. I

  • hope you got it. I hope it was clear. Thank you for your time. Bye-bye.

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英語家庭教師ニックPレッスン(356) エクスクルーシブとエクスクルーシブの違い (English Tutor Nick P Lesson (356) The Difference Between Exhaustive and Exhausting)

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    anitawu12 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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