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  • This is the Rachel’s English 30-Day Challenge!

  • Learn 30 phrasal verbs in 30 days!

  • Jumpstart your vocabulary in 2017.

  • Today is Day 23 and we're studying phrasal verbs withsleep”.

  • As the mother of a baby, I can say I love and treasure sleep

  • so much more than I ever have before.

  • So I had to include phrasal verbs with sleep.

  • If you sleep in, that means you wake up late.

  • You don’t set an alarm, you get to sleep longer.

  • I’m going to sleep in on Saturday. It’s going to be so great!

  • Sleep away: we use this to mean to waste time sleeping.

  • You can’t just sleep the morning away.

  • Or, don’t just sleep the whole day away.

  • Or, I’m going to sleep the whole day away. I’m so tired.

  • We use the term to sleep something off to sleep while drugs or alcohol have the chance to leave your system

  • for your body to process them.

  • He showed up drunk so I told him to go home and sleep it off.

  • To sleep on means to wait to make a decision until the next day.

  • Have you ever woken up and felt like you knew the answer to something?

  • I have to decide what college to go to.

  • I’m going to sleep on it and make a final decision tomorrow.

  • To sleep over means to spend the night at someone else’s house.

  • Mom, can Jane sleep over?

  • If you sleep through something, that means it didn’t wake you up.

  • I slept right through the New Year’s Eve fireworks.

  • To sleep around means to have sex with lots of different people.

  • For some reason, it’s okay for men to sleep around but not women.

  • Sleep with and sleep together can also mean to have sex.

  • Do you think Kim and her assistant are sleeping together?

  • Or I didn’t sleep with thim.

  • But it can also just mean to share a bed, nothing sexual.

  • There aren’t enough beds in the vacation house, so the two youngest kids have to sleep together.

  • And sleep with is the same way.

  • It doesn’t have to be sexual. She still sleeps with a teddy bear.

  • Sleep begins with the SL consonant cluster.

  • Teeth are together for the S, then the tongue tip goes to the roof of the mouth. Lll--

  • Sllllleep.

  • Then the tongue tip comes back down

  • and the front of the tongue arches towards the roof of the mouth for the EE vowel.

  • Slee-

  • Slee-

  • And finally, the P.

  • The lips come together and gently part. Sleep-- p- p- sleep.

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A2 初級

形容動詞睡眠 (PHRASAL VERB SLEEP)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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