Cesar Cruz Aguilar
What is the difference between sleep, asleep and sleepy? Thanks in advance!
Aug 10, 2014 5:24 AM
Answers · 4
Sleep es dormir Asleep es dormido Sleepy es somnoliento
August 10, 2014
To sleep, verbo "dormir". I want to sleep = quiero dormir. Sleep, substantivo "sueño" Last night I did not get enough sleep = anoche no dormí lo suficiente (literalmente "anoche no obtuve suficiente sueño"). Asleep, adverbio "dormido/durmiendo". He is asleep = él está dormido. She will fall asleep = ella se quedará dormida. Sleepy, adjetivo "somnoliento". I am sleepy = tengo sueño (literalmente "estoy somnoliento"). Espero que eso ayude.
August 10, 2014
Sleepy is an adjective - The medicine made him feel sleepy Sleep can be a noun or a verb - I am pretty tired and should go to sleep. Asleep can be an adjective or adverb - I fell asleep for a few hours this afternoon.
August 10, 2014
¿Que Tal, Chicharo? Soon, I will be going to sleep. Please do not wake the baby, she's finally asleep. I think you are sleepy too. Cheers...
August 10, 2014
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