Sentence examples of "se réveiller" in French with translation "wake"

Ce bruit m'a réveillé. That noise woke me up.
Un bruit l'a réveillée. A noise woke her up.
Le réveil me réveille à sept heures. The alarm clock wakes me at seven.
Qu'est-ce qui t'a réveillé ? What woke you up?
C'est beaucoup mieux d'être réveillé par les oiseaux que par un réveil. Much better to be woken by the birds than by an alarm.
À Montpellier j'étais réveillé tous les jours par le bruit métallique du tram sur les rails. In Montpellier, the tram clattering along used to wake me up everyday.
Pourquoi tu m'as réveillé pour me dire quelque chose d'aussi important ? Maintenant, j'vais jamais pouvoir me concentrer sur mon travail ! Why did you wake me up to tell me something that big? Now, I'll never be able to concentrate on my work!
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