Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"
Jessica Beck
"Director of IELTS Training"

Today you’ll learn idioms about sleep for your next IELTS Exam.

On the IELTS test, in Speaking Part 1, you may be asked about this topic, such as questions about your sleeping habits, naps, etc.

Also, in Speaking Part 3, you may be asked about the benefits of sleep or the consequences of a lack of sleep.

Even on Jessica’s Speaking Exam in Canada, she was asked about this topic!

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Idioms About Sleep for IELTS

**Remember to listen to our initial chat, when we use these phrases in real, native conversation!

sleep like the dead– completely passed out; so deeply asleep that you can’t be awoken

catch 40 winks– take a nap

conk out / pass out– fall deeply asleep (adjectives: conked out / passed out)

These phrases will help you wake up the examiner on your next exam!

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How would you use today’s phrases?

Share your example sentence in the comments section below!

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