Babies need to sleep because sleep renews energy and their bodies are using up so much energy growing that they could not go a full day without taking naps. So while they are sleeping, their bodies are resting and renewing themselves so they can continue on learning all they are learning and their cells can reproduce and make more bone, skin, hair and anything else that keeps getting bigger as they grow.
Take care of there babies and if they do not have babies they hunt for food or nap
So she can take a nap
No, not ussually anyway. Cats take nap after nap after nap to get their rest.
Take, future tense. I will take a nap. Took, past tense. I took a nap.
to take a nap= tomar una siesta
Take a nap
It means to take a nap for a short period of time much in the way tha cats do.
Take a nap.
When we have a nap, we take a short rest; it is not as long as sleeping, usually 15 minutes, but in some context it is sleeping, so we call it a 'nap'.
A cat nap is a short nap that gives you energy and usually last for a little more than 10 minuets.
Take a nap for about 1 hour
You take a nap
No, the example above in incorrect grammar. A correct example would be: "Have you taken a nap?"
Take some rest. Nap.
Because they are tired I suppose!
only if they are drunk.
Take a nap
No, the word nap is not an adverb.Nap is a verb ("I am going to nap") and a noun ("it is nap time").
To sleep for a few minutes or a short period of time. A nap can be 10 minutes or 2 hours. A cat nap is a quick. short power nap. only 10 to 15 minutes long. Sleeping can be a nap as long as you don't sleep for longer than 3 hours.
Sharks leave their babies. it is not the same as can babies take care of babies. prostitute
A nap is a short sleep, so to take a nap means to relax and fall into a light sleep for a short while, it's usually just enough to allow you to wake refreshed and continue with the rest of the day until your normal bedtime.
i think that maniac did this because he was tired his fingers hurt or he was showing ahhh that was so easy i can take a nap
I laid down for a nap this afternoon, because 'this afternoon' implies past tense. If you want 'I lay down for a nap', then you take out the 'this afternoon'.