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  • The meaning of "Doze" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. The verb "To doze" means to sleep lightly. I doze on the couch. You doze on the plane. She dozes during class. We doze throughout the day. They doze during the movie. "Dozing" is the gerund version of the verb, meaning it is currently happening or it was happening over an indistinct period. Examples: I am dozing on the couch. I was dozing on the couch. You are dozing now. You were dozing then. She is dozing her chair. She was dozing in class. We are dozing. We were dozing that afternoon. They are dozing during the movie. They were dozing during the movie.

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    2. Keep out means do not come in. If there's a sign on a door saying keep out it means they do not want you in that room. Scrape up means to pull up something. Like scraping up gum. Break away means separating. The boat broke away from the ship means the boat separated from the ship. Scoot over means to move over. If someone is sitting too close and you need room you tell them to scoot over. Hold out means to wait a few minutes. Doze off means you're falling asleep but not completely asleep

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    2. fall asleep

  • Similar words to "Doze" and their differences

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    2. Doze - is to sleep lightly or for a short amount of time. Like a nap. Sleep - usually lasts the whole night, deeper than dozing.

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    2. They all mean basically the same thing, but they are slightly different. "Fall asleep" is the general term. It means the same thing as "go to sleep". "Doze off" is used when someone sleeps for a short time or when they fall asleep at a time when they are expected to be awake. "Drift off" means to fall asleep slowly, gradually.

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    2. Doze off is actively falling asleep without intending to. Your lecture might be boring so you doze off during class. But taking a nap is something voluntary. Make sense?

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    2. A는 말이 안되고 B는 he dozed off (잠에 들었다) while sitting in a chair 라고 해야합니다!

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    2. 3 and 4 were the wrong way round... 1. I would laugh off the criticism of my hairstyle because my hair grows quickly. 2. Programmes about gossip _or_ celebrities are most likely to make me doze off. 3. My parents usually see me off when I go on a journey by myself. 4. Of course not. It takes me a long time to do! "instantly" is probably a bit too fast. 😊🎶

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    2. I kept writing my English so I didn't fall alseep/doze off. if you use doze off. then you don't need fall.

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    2. chanmaneo

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    2. 第一個句子語法是正確的,第二個並不正確 We would never say #2. #1 is 100% correct (correct grammar and everything). Although #1 is correct, it’s just that in colloquial speech (口語), we would say something simpler: “We all slept during lecture” or “Everyone dozed off in lecture”

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    2. After that, I also speak a little Hakka, hokkien and Cantonese. Then, I can also speak more than 100 Japanese dialects. I also study other Japanese dialects and Chinese dialects now. I find it interesting to learn languages and dialects. The more languages and dialects I speak, the more excited I am. I have learned karate, taekwondo and nanyang wushu. Last October, I began to learn karate, taekwondo and nanyang wushu. After I finish karate, taekwondo and nanyang wushu, I want to go to Japan to learn their martial arts. Japan has the most martial arts. After I finish learning Japanese martial arts, I will go to China to learn their martial arts. *After studying martial arts,* (removed sentence) I will go back to Japan. *I also like learning and playing all kinds of musical instruments.* I was really excited when I learned to play an instrument again. *I usually like listening to music, singing, dancing, sports, fitness, yoga, rhythmic exercise, dancing and reading* *I also like to bake and cook my own pastries and desserts.* (Removed a sentence) *In fact, I have home cooked a lot of Chinese, Japanese and Western food.* I love to eat hakka’s, fuchow’s, Japanese, Italian, French, and Malaysian food. * The house I want to live in is a luxurious and gorgeous villa. *I like living alone and freely.* I like to plant some beautiful flowers (roses of different colors, roses, lilies, tulips, chrysanthemums and cherry blossoms) in the front yard of this luxurious and gorgeous villa. I like to plant winter cherry. I like to grow many vegetables and fruits in the backyard of my villa. I keep 10 shiba inu in the front yard and 10 huskies in the back yard. I also have Pekingese, shih tzu, Pomeranian, Japanese spritz and akita inu. I’m a beauty major, beauty consultant professional, baking major, Japanese major, English major, LCCI accounting, typing major, computer systems professional, bookkeeping major. And then, I* love to read Sherlock Holmes because I love to read a lot of mystery and detective novels.* I developed the habit when I was a child. I loved to study since I was a child.* How did I manage to concentrate so much on my studies? Because of the habits I developed when I was a child. When I was at school, I never dozed off. I'm the kind of person who pays close attention to the teacher. I study very hard and listen to the teacher in everything I do. When the classmates next to me talk to me, I don't talk to them. Most of me *is* totally absorbed in the teacher's lecture. I have been working hard for my things. I'm a very independent person. I seldom depend on my parents. When I was young, I would depend on my parents. But when I grow up, I have a lot of things to do by myself. Therefore, I have been studying since childhood to create a better future for myself. I started to learn to cook from my grandmother when I was 10 years old. My parents never worried about me. They are at ease in my study. I handle everything myself. *I seldom ask my parents to help me because my parents are very busy with work.* (Last sentence is repetitive and not needed). *Editor's note: You don't need to separate your lists into 2 different sentences. Try to keep them in 1 sentence. Try not to use the word "also" so many times. It makes your writing repetitive. Other than that, well done! Good luck with your studies! I believe in you! :D 😁

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    2. I dozed off at the movies less than a minute in. (This works if you’re talking about being at the theatre) I dozed off less than a minute into the movie. (This works if your talking about watching a particular movie, either at home or at the theatre)

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