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Topic: Around the bedroom/sleeping 2



1. You shouldn't take ________ pills. You might become addicted.
  sleeping
  sleep
  night

2. I can't sleep in the same room as my grandfather because he ________ very loudly.
  sleeps
  snores
  talks

3. I've been suffering from ________ for the past week. I just can't fall asleep.
  insomnia
  sleepless
  fatigue

4. You're going to bed already? OK, pleasant ________!
  thoughts
  sleep
  dreams

5. It was so hot that I was tossing and ________ all night.
  teasing
  crying
  turning

6. A good night's ________ is important to refresh the body and mind.
  sleep
  sleeping
  resting

7. I was so tired after working for 16 hours that I had no problems ________ asleep.
  getting
  falling
  being

8. Hey, you seem a little ________ - would you like to take a nap?
  awake
  drowsy
  angry

9. I'm a very ________ sleeper. Any little noise can wake me up.
  easy
  heavy
  light

10. When you ________, you should close your mouth with your hand.
  smile
  yawn
  sleep


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