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sleep in English:

1. slept slept

He slept soundly.
My mother hasn't slept in 3 days due to her illness.
What really surprised me most was how many hours a day Tom slept.
Put on your thinking cap and try to remember whose house you slept at last night.
I've done rock climbing and deep-sea diving and slept in an Indonesian jungle.
But I slept right through the class. Don't you ever sleep through an eight-thirty class?
I slept drowsily with a good feeling for about 2 hours, while rocked by the train.
Upstairs there were four made beds, but on three nobody ever slept.
Your face is all over the BBC, Dima! Al-Sayib exclaimed. "They say you slept with 25 men and then killed them! How the heck did you do that?!"
Last night I only slept 4 hours becasue I was to a party.
Jim was so tired that he lay down and slept.
Tom slept peacefully as the underground train rattled on its way.
Tony ate his meals in the kitchen and he slept in a little room at the top of the farmhouse.
Not feeling well after a long drive, I slept for a while.
Thankfully, there was an Armani store just outside the alley where Dima had slept.

English word "sleep"(slept) occurs in sets:

czasowników nieregularne zapisane odwrotnie czyli ...
czasowniki nieregularne m - t
A1+ irregular verbs 2