1.What is the difference of go to bed and go to sleep?
2. If a kid is already in bed, but he is opening his eyes and asking innocent questions from his mother. Can the mother say "go to sleep"? Can we say "go to bed" (the kid is already in bed now)?
3. If a kid is on an aeroplane, can we say "go to bed" to the kid?
Thanks a lot for your help!
I'm sorry - I just realized I said "no" to #2 and there were two questions there. I completely agree with 5jj - "yes" to the first and "no" to the second.
I'll modify my first answer to say "for the purpose of (eventually) going to sleep." (I will sometimes take my phone and get caught up in my Words with Friends game while in bed as well.)
Many thanks to Moderator Bar_D and 5jj.
Is it wrong to just say "sleep" instead of "go to sleep" when a kid is already in bed?