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    I am sorry to have kept you awake/from sleeping.

    1) I am sorry to have kept you awake/from sleeping.
    2) What was keeping you awake yesterday night?

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    Re: I am sorry to have kept you awake/from sleeping.

    We say last night - not yesterday night.

    Rover

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    Re: I am sorry to have kept you awake/from sleeping.

    I'm sorry if I kept you awake.
    I'm sorry that I kept you awake.
    I'm sorry for keeping you awake.

    Those would be more common than "I'm sorry to have kept you awake".

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