Phrasal Verbs: sleep Saturday, November 28, 2020 by Eva Easton Leave a Comment Phrasal Verbs are a combination of averb + preposition or adverbIn this video, we learn commonphrasal verbs related to sleep. Now it’s your turn.What is the missing preposition? 1. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-3-stay-up.mp3When there is an interesting movie, I like to stay _______ late and watch it.inonoffup2. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-6-catch-up.mp3I'm so tired. I'm going to go to bed early to catch _______ on my sleep.inonoffup3. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-1-wake-up.mp3What time do you wake _______ every morning?inonoffup4. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-10-drift-off.mp3I was finally relaxed and I drifted _______ to sleep.inofftoup5. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-2-get-up.mp3What is the first thing you do after you get _______ in the morning?inonoffup6. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-8-doze-ff.mp3That looks like a real comfortable sofa...time to doze _______ .inonoffup7. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-11-turn-in.mp3Uhh, it's late. I'm going to turn _______ .inofftoup8. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-12-head-off.mp3I'm heading _______ to bed. What about you? Tired?inofftoup9. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-9-get-to-sleep.mp3We had trouble getting _______ sleep last night because the neighbors were having a noisy party.inontoup10. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-5-sleep-on.mp3I don't know what to do about this problem. I guess I'll sleep _______ it and decide tomorrow.inonoffup11. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-4-alarm-went-off.mp3What's that noise? Oh, the alarm clock just went _______ .inonoffup12. https://www.evaeaston.com/wp-content/uploads/pv-7-sleep-in.mp3On the weekend, I don't have to go to work, so I like to sleep _______ .inonoffup Time is Up! Linking Patterns: pattern 1: consonant sound + vowel soundpattern 1: word final -ed /dId/ + vowel soundpattern 1: word final /s, z, Iz/ + vowel soundpattern 2: vowel sound /y, w/ + vowel soundpattern 3: consonant + same consonantpattern 4: t + y = /t͡ʃ/pattern 5: d + y = /d͡ʒ/ Tell your friends. Share this lesson.