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"Hello Richard. I am Adel Belkada from Algeria (Dweera), and I'd like you to teach me how to distinguish between these pairs of words WAKE AWAKE, SLEEP ASLEEP...Thank you my teacher and have a nice day. Goodbye Richard."
In answering this question I will try not to send you to sleep. If you are asleep, wake up. You won’t learn anything if you go to sleep. So try to stay awake while you watch this Daily Dose of English. You can probably see already that the words wake and awake have different functions. The same goes for sleep and asleep.
5th of May 2011
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