Hi! Is heavy sleeper the opposit of 'light sleeper'? And how about 'a sound sleeper'? How do native people say this?
Thanks in advance!
Thank you for your correction and answer. I got it.
A sound sleeper, to me, usually just means someone who consistently gets a good night's sleep. A sound sleeper doesn't necessarily have to be a heavy sleeper.
Then, I think I am a heavy sleeper. Good to know the difference. Thank you, Raymott.
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary
sound adj...deep and undisturbed (a sound sleep)
sound adv...to the full extent, thoroughly (sound asleep)