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    Hi,

    Is there any phrase or idiom for "fall a sleep because of you are so drunk or drunkness"

    For example: I was soo drunk so I .............. at 11pm"...

    Thanks for advance =)

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    #2

    Re: question

    I passed out.

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    #3

    Re: question

    pass out or crash

    Pass out ordinarily means to lose consciousness but it can be used figuratively to mean you were so tired you just went to sleep almost instantly.


    I was so drunk I passed out/crashed at around 11.

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    thanks a lot =)

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    #5

    Re: question

    Quote Originally Posted by tuwuncuozge View Post
    Hi,

    Is there any phrase or idiom for "fall a sleep because of you are so drunk or drunkness"

    For example: I was soo drunk so I .............. at 11pm"...

    Thanks for advance =)

    ***** A NON-TEACHER's COMMENT *****


    (1) Since you are a learner, I thought that you would like to know

    this:

    Usually, people use "that" in your kind of sentence:

    (a) I was so tired that I slept for 12 hours.

    (b) He is so rude that nobody likes him.

    (c) That language is so difficult that few people study it.

    (2) Native speakers often leave out the "that," but I strongly

    recommend that you use it while you are still learning English.

    Respectfully yours,


    James

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