Language Activator – Wake up

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Language Activator – Wake up

اغلب دیکشنری ها لغاتی را مترادف یک لغت معرفی میکنند. اما آیا تمامی مترادفهای یک لغت صد در صد معنای همان لغت را القا میکنند؟ مسلماً خیر. در این بخش از آفرینش اکتیوتر لغات هم معنی و یا نزدیک به لغت  wake up  را بررسی خواهیم کرد. ابتدا جملات را خوانده و خودرا محک بزنید سپس برای دیدن نتایج و توضیح اینکه هر لغت در چه موقعیتی استفاده میشود به لینک زیر بروید

wake/wake up

(intransitive verb)

: to stop sleeping. Wake is more formal than wake up and is usually used in writing

.The dog suddenly woke up and started barking

wake up

at 5 a.m./12 noon etc

.I woke up at five o’clock and couldn’t get back to sleep again

Awake

(adjective not before noun)

not asleep: be awake

.I’m usually awake before anyone else

be wide awake be completely awake

.It was nearly three in the morning, but Jill was still wide awake

be half awake/barely awake be not quite awake

.Barely awake, we stumbled out of the tent to find ourselves in a foot of water

keep somebody awake

.I’ve stopped drinking coffee in the evenings, as it tends to keep me awake at night

stay awake

.Some members of the audience were clearly having difficulty staying awake

lie awake be unable to sleep at night

.I’ve lain awake at nights, turning the problem over and over in my mind

come around also come round

(intransitive phrasal verb)

: to gradually become conscious again after being given a drug or being hit on the head

.Henry’s eyelids flickered. ‘He’s coming around!’ Marie cried

Stir

(intransitive verb)

: to move slightly and wake for a short time, then go back to sleep again

.Roger momentarily stirred, turned in the bed and murmured something inaudible

 

:Practice

 : Fill in the blanks with appropriate words

.N1. As I entered the room, she ………slightly, then went back to sleep
.N2. She was ……………..after her operation, but she still felt dizzy and very sleepy
.N3. Ben lay………., worrying about next day’s exam
.N4. He listened, only half………, as the teacher’s voice droned on
.N5. ‘Are you………., Lucy?’ she whispered
.N6. She ………early the next morning, and slipped out of the house unseen
.N7. Babies often …………because they are hungry

 

:Answers

Stirred/ coming round/ awake/ awake/ awake/ woke/ wake

 

Language Activator – Wake up
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