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English to Portuguese: The importance of sleeping General field: Other Detailed field: Other
Source text - English Many students don't get enough shut-eye the previous night. As a result, the students may fall asleep during class. Those students could get in trouble. If you love sleep as much as me, here are a few methods on how to sleep in class and get away with it.
Translation - Portuguese Muitos estudantes não dormem o suficiente na noite anterior. Como resultado, os alunos podem cair no sono durante a aula. Esses alunos podem meter-se em apuros. Se você gosta de dormir tanto quanto eu, aqui estão alguns métodos de como dormir na aula e passar despercebido.
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I'm Portuguese and I speak English, Spanish and French, translating these three languages about 7 years. It started as a parallel activity, during college, and then I kept doing it because it's just something I love and that allows me to continually upgrade the knowledge of these languages.