Quick Tip #10: 5 Sleepy Phrasal Verbs

Sleeping is one of the coolest things we do. Think about how weird it is; you lie down (yes, not lay!), you close your eyes and after some time you enter a state in which, according to the Oxford Dictionary,

the nervous system is inactive, the eyes closed, the postural muscles relaxed, and consciousness practically suspended.

And when you wake up, after some hours of sleep, you may or may not remember what you dreamt about! Dreaming, how’s that for weird as well! But we’ll get to that some other time.

So sleeping is an important part of our lives. It’s something we must do, ideally a few hours every day, and it’s something that we tend to love doing. So it’s no surprise that the word “sleep” has made its way into our language, barging in on our beloved phrasal verbs, among other areas. So today I’m bringing you 5 phrasal verbs constructed with the word “sleep”. How about that!

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