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I sometimes _______________(to stop sleeping) early in the morning.

A.give up
B.wake up
C.turn up
D.grow up
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Feedback:Phrasal verbs form one of three types of multi-word verbs which consist of a verb and one or two particles or prepositions (e.g. up, over, in, down). Phrasal verbs are two part verbs: a main verb + an adverb particle. Phrasal verbs often have meanings which we cannot easily guess from their individual parts. You may try to guess the meaning of the phrasal verb from the context, or look it up in a dictionary and learn it.In the test sentence we are given the definition of one of four phrasal verbs: ‘stop sleeping’. The phrasal verb ‘wake up’ has a similar meaning to ‘wake’ and means ‘stop sleeping or end someone else’s sleep’: She likes to wake up with a cup of strong coffee.; He wakes me up with a cup of strong coffee every morning. Thus, we are to choose ANSWER 2 in the test.

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