1. wake up – stop sleeping, or make someone stop sleeping
Eg: James usually wakes up early.
2. get up – get out of your bed after sleeping, or make someone get out of their bed
Eg: We didn’t get up until lunchtime.
3. lie down – rest on your back
Eg: Towards evening she grew tired, and went to her room for a lie down.
4. sleep in – let yourself sleep later than usual in the morning
Eg: We usually sleep in on Sunday mornings.
5. drop off – begin to sleep
Eg: She kept dropping off at her desk.
6. sleep over – sleep at someone’s house for a night – used especially by children
Eg: Is it okay if I sleep over at Sam’s house tomorrow night?
7. lie in – remain in bed in the morning for longer than usual
Eg: The family had a lie-in on Saturdays.
8. stay up - not go to bed at the time you would normally go to bed
Eg: We stayed up all night talking.
9. go off - go to sleep
Eg: I’d just gone off to sleep when the phone rang.
10. doze off - go to sleep, especially when you did not intend to
Eg: Sorry, I must have dozed off for a few minutes.
11. nod off - begin to sleep, usually when you do not intend to and are sitting somewhere
Eg: I missed the movie because I kept nodding off.
12. sleep through
- sleep while something is happening and not be woken by it
Eg: How did you manage to sleep through that thunderstorm?
- sleep continuously for a long time
Eg: I slept right through till lunchtime.
13. sleep (something) off - sleep until you do not feel ill anymore, especially after drinking too much alcohol
Eg: He went to his room to sleep it off.
14. sleep on it - delay making a decision until the following day
Eg: Sleep on it and we'll talk tomorrow, okay?