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    Default Tomorrow when i will wake up,i will do exercise to make myself afresh.

    - Tomorrow when i will wake up,i will do exercise to make myself afresh.


    Q.1 How to speak this sentence ?

    Q.2 Have i used "afresh" properly ?

    Q.3 Have i made any mistake grammatically OR in using Vocabulary ?

    Please help me..
    I will be thankful to you.

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    Default Re: Tomorrow when i will wake up,i will do exercise to make myself afresh.

    NOT A TEACHER

    A1. What do you mean?
    A2. No. Do you know what "afresh" means?
    A3. Yes, you have. I'd say, 'When I wake up tomorrow, I will do a few exercises.' Afresh doesn't work here, but I can't think of a different word right now.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 27-Aug-2012 at 17:46.

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    Default Re: Tomorrow when i will wake up,i will do exercise to make myself afresh.

    Hello, gopani.
    Welcome to UsingEnglish.
    Do you mean "feel refreshed" by any chance?

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