You use awoken in the various ‘perfect’ tenses; that is, the present perfect, the past perfect, and the future perfect.
You’re probably going, “WHAT?” In an example, you say: I had awoken from a bad dream yesterday.
Awaken is a more passive verb, which means you can use it but your sentence will be less interesting. If you still wish to go there, then you use awaken in such sentences as: I was awakened by the thunder, I had been awakened by the alarm.
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are commas before the word or/and/& necessary when listing items…for example… sauteed with fresh herbs, white wine, butter and garlic…in a menu description that is not structured as a complete sentence ?? or when listing choices… to any entree you may add 4 shrimp fried,coconut or scampi style for $6.95???