Episode #11 – Expressions with SLEEP

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Words to Know

Awesome- another way to say cool
Stick around to stay in the same place
Morphing- to cut words and mix them, ex. want to/ wanna
With ease- to do something with no difficulty
Sack- a bag generally used for holding potatoes
Hay- dried grass usually eaten by farm animals
Nap- a very quick sleep
Snooze-
another word for sleep
Impulsive
to so something without thinking about it very much
Jab- to punch, can be used to express an insult
Gut- your stomach or belly
Couch- sofa
Misdiagnose-
to diagnose incorrectly
Misapply-
to use or apply incorrectly
Remedies-
relieves pain, cures disease, or corrects a disorder

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  • Rafael @Rafrazao91
  • ?Verónica Ramos Pérez @Veronicadjemila
  • Ana Coelho
  • @SANIORETAAA
  • @CoolstrayCat_me mentioned the article How To Not Kill Yourself With The Present Perfect
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Questions

What should I do to learn pronunciation with easy ? Listening music or what? Watching film? Or what? @IGotSooYoung

Expressions

  • To hit the sack
  • Asleep at the wheel
  • Cat nap
  • Sleep on it
  • You snooze you lose

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