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我饿了,我也累了。

As I understand, both 了s are the change-of-state 了.

I cannot think of a way to write this using only one change-of-state 了, which makes me think it's not possible. I'm fairly sure "我饿也累了" and "我饿和累了" are both ungrammatical (perhaps a kind of "Englese").

Question: Is it possible to write "I'm hungry and tired" with a single change-of-state 了?

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    I'd not use 了 to interpret "I'm hungry and tired". I'd say: 我又饿又累 instead. – dan Nov 9 at 5:28
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The only thing wrong with "我饿了,我也累了。" is the second 我 is redundant.

"我饿了,也累了。" is perfectly grammatical

You can also use the [又 X 又 Y + 了] structure

Example: 我已經又累又饿了 (I am hungry and tired already)

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