"tu t'es reveille trop tard" not accepted 7/6/20
se réveiller - to wake up (stop sleeping)
se lever - to get up (out of bed)
How do we know this plural rather than formal? More Duolingo randomness.
It accepts the singular informal as long as you used the correct form for everything else in the sentence.
So, Tu t'es levé trop tard would be accepted?
Tried that too and rejected so what is the issue?
I realized that JUST as I hit "Post" . . . argh . . .
In common English there is very little difference in wake up and get up, and the words are often used interchangeably
"I woke up at 5am this morning, but I didn't get up until my alarm went off at 6.30." They just want you to demonstrate that you understand the difference between the two verbs.