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    #1

    He slept very well and seems like didn't know it.

    The power went off last night. He slept very well and seems like didn't know it.
    The power went off last night. He slept very well and seems like didn't there was a blackout.

    Which is sound more naturally?

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    #2

    Re: He slept very well and seems like didn't know it.

    Neither.

    The power went off last night. He slept very well and didn't know there was a blackout.

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