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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I've rested; first person singular)
2. (I've passed the night; first person singular)
a. I've spent the night
Yo he dormido en una tienda de campaña en medio del bosque y no me dio miedo.I've spent the night in a tent in the middle of the woods, and I wasn't scared.
b. I've stayed the night
Ya he dormido en casa de Gaby. Es mi mejor amiga.I've stayed the night at Gaby's before. She's my best friend.
3. (I've had sex; first person singular)
4. (I've made someone sleepy; first person singular)
a. I've put...to sleep
He dormido a mis hijos con cuentos desde que son bebés.I've put my kids to sleep with stories since they were babies.
b. I've gotten...off to sleep
Por fin he dormido a los niños. Ahora sí, vamos a cenar.I've finally gotten the kids off to sleep. Now, let's have dinner.
c. I've sent...to sleep (due to boredom)
He dormido a mis alumnos más de una vez en la clase de historia.I've sent my students to sleep more than once during History class.
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