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    #1

    sleep in or sleep late

    Hi teachers:
    I wonder if sleep in is the same as sleep late.
    The situation is I usually get up at 6:00 every morning on weekdays but I usually get up late on weekends.
    So I want to say to friends:I usually sleep in/ sleep late on weekends.
    Which phrase should I say?
    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: sleep in or sleep late

    It is definitely 'to sleep in'. Eg I like sleeping in at the weekends


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