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Use I fell asleep to talk about an event in the past.
Use I fall asleep to talk about ongoing events, or for something happening in the present (right now).
This phrase is used to indicate the action of changing from being awake to being asleep at some point in the past.
This phase is used to describe the action of changing from the state of being awake to being asleep in a habitual or recurring way.
On rare occasions this form might be used in a narrative being told in the present tense.
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