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    What is it called?

    Some people make noise while breathing but in sleeping.
    What is it called?
    I am not like that a person.


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    Re: What is it called?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston View Post
    Some people make noise while breathing but in sleeping.
    What is it called?
    I am not like that a person.
    it is called a "snore"
    I could hear Paul snoring in the next room.
    She lay awake listening to his snores.

    such a person is called a 'snorer'


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    #3

    Re: What is it called?

    Hi,
    BTW make noise or make a noise?


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    Re: What is it called?

    Quote Originally Posted by Humble View Post
    Hi,
    BTW make noise or make a noise?
    make a noise is the correct usage.
    However, make a noise about something means to complain about something
    She's been making a lot of noise about moving to a new house.

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    Re: What is it called?

    Quote Originally Posted by sandhya.sha View Post
    it is called a "snore"
    I could hear Paul snoring in the next room.
    She lay awake listening to his snores.

    such a person is called a 'snorer'
    thank you sandhya


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    Re: What is it called?

    Tnx, Sandhya!


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    #7

    Re: What is it called?

    Both of you are welcome, Winston and Humble.

    Regards,
    Sandhya

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    Re: What is it called?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston View Post
    I am not like that a person.
    Neither am I, no matter what my husband says!

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    Re: What is it called?

    Sorry, I don't know what you mean.

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    Re: What is it called?

    Quote Originally Posted by winston View Post
    Sorry, I don't know what you mean.
    I mean that I don't snore, no matter how much my husband tells me I do! I think he just dreams that I make those noises.

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