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Hi there,

Could you please confirm that my sentences are all grammatically correct?


I woke up from the noise.

I was woken by the noise. (Passive)

I wakened up from the noise.

I was wakened by the noise. (Passive)

I awoke up from the noise.

I was awoken by the noise. (Passive)

I awakened from the noise.

I was awakened by the noise. (Passive)

You seem interested in that car.

I worried about you get lost in the city.

I am worried about you get lost in the city


Thanks.

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John AkiI woke up from the noise.

OK.

John AkiI was woken by the noise. (Passive)

OK.

John AkiI wakened up from the noise.

"Wakened up" is unidiomatic.

John AkiI was wakened by the noise. (Passive)

OK.

John AkiI awoke up from the noise.

No. "Awoke up" is unidiomatic.

John AkiI was awoken by the noise. (Passive)

OK.

John AkiI awakened from the noise.

Not so much. "Awakened from" starts to sound like "awakened from sleep".

John AkiI was awakened by the noise. (Passive)

OK.

John AkiYou seem interested in that car.

OK.

John AkiI worried about you get lost in the city.

No. I worried that you might get lost in the city.

John AkiI am worried about you get lost in the city

No. I am worried about you getting lost in the city. That is in casual low-register speech. I am actually worried about your getting lost.