Sleepy, Sleepy- Dictionary Work with Words Related to Sleep
In this ESL dictionary use worksheet, students look up a list of word that are related to sleep such as drowsy, nap, siesta, and sleepwalking. They place the 8 words in the appropriate places in a cloze paragraph
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