I feel gratified with my today's work in the garden

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Kolridg

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Hi there! Can I say "I feel gratified with my today's work in the garden", if I mean I enjoyed work itself, including being on the fresh air, having a physical activity rather than enjoyed the fact the work was done well? (otherwise it should be "satisfied" instead of "gratified" so far as I know).

- Why do you look so happy?
- I feel gratified with my today's work in the garden.
 

englishgeek

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Sep 23, 2020
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Probably not what a native speaker would say, but I think you can use it.

my today's work is not right though.

I would say something like:

If feel extremely gratified with my work in the garden today.