#EngVocab: Phrasal Verbs with ‘Sleep’

Today we will learn about sleep phrasal verbs.
Do you know some phrasal verbs with the word ‘sleep’?

Let’s start.
1. Sleep on it.
Meaning: delay making a decision until the following day, so you can think more about it.
E.g. “I can’t decide. Let me sleep on it, I’ll let you know tomorrow.”
2. Sleep in.
Meaning: remain asleep or in bed until later than usual in the morning.
E.g. “I usually sleep in at the weekends.”
3. Sleep through.
Meaning: to remain sleeping although there is a lot of noise around you.
E.g. “Please wake me up if I sleep through the alarm.”
4. Sleep over.
Meaning: to sleep in someone else’s home for a night.
E.g. “Don’t drive this late. You can sleep over in the big room upstairs.”

Compiled and written by @sherlydarmali for @EnglishTips4U on Sunday, December 9, 2019.

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