Is this sentence clunky?
I'm in the mood to do nothing.
- robert2020Lv 64 weeks agoFavourite answer
Not usually the ways it's said in the U.S. but correct.
" I'm not in the mood to do anything". The way this is said here.Source(s): American English speaker.
- AmulyaPLv 54 weeks ago
Grammatically correct, but can have other structure.
I'm not in the mood to do anything.
Assertive... I'm in the mood to anything.
- Iggy RockoLv 74 weeks ago
No, the sentence is fine.