How hungry are you? Well, if you are really hungry then you should definitely learn this.
我饿死了 (Wǒ è sǐ le): I am starving to death
And now that you have eaten a lot:
我吃饱了 (Wǒ chī bǎo le): I am full
As you might have noticed in the first sentence, 死了 (sǐ le) is used to reflect an extreme situation. You need one more example? Here you go:
我累死了 (Wǒ lèi sǐ le): I am dying of exhaustion
How else can you show an extreme situation? How about 极了 (jí le)?
好极了 (hǎo jí le): wonderful; great
This can be your response next time someone asks you “How are you?” Below is one more example:
Ālāsījiā lěng jí le
Alaska is extremely cold
And you can use 腻了 (nì le) when you are sick or bored of doing something.
Zhè dào cài wǒ tiāntiān chī, dōu chī nì le
I eat this dish every day, I am sick of it.
Remember 死了 (sǐ le), 极了 (jí le) and 腻了 (nì le).