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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101451: Use of the word DREAM
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    Use of the word DREAM

    The word 'dream' can be used as a verb or a noun.

    As a verb : dream/dreams/dreaming/dreamt (or dreamed)

    There are also some words derived from the word 'dream' that are used as adjectives or nouns such as:

    dreamy/dreamier/dreamiest (adjectives)

    dreamlike (adjective)

    daydream (noun or verb)

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    I of Mike last night, but I didn't know why. He was a friend of mine several years ago, but we had lost touch. Little did I know that Mike was also of me too at exactly the same time. Both of our were similar, we were on a spaceship together and were travelling at a very high rate of speed. Suddenly, we were on the ground in front of a lake. The sky was dark and full of stars. The whole scene then took on a quality. Everything was blurry and unclear. What happened next was surprising! Mike saw the woman that he could imagine. She was gorgeous!

    - 'Hey, Mike', I said. 'What about me?'

    But he ignored me, lost in his . I thought to myself: If only I were a woman, as that woman is! Suddenly, I was transformed into the woman of his . Unfortunately, at that same moment, I woke up. It was only a , after all.

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