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89 [eighty-nine]

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Imperative 1

89 [nege en tagtig]


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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! Jy i- s- l-- – m--- n-- s- l-- w--- n--! Jy is so lui – moet nie so lui wees nie! 0 +
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Jy s---- s- l--- – m--- n-- s- l--- s---- n--! Jy slaap so lank – moet nie so lank slaap nie! 0 +
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! Jy k-- s- l--- – m--- n-- s- l--- k-- n--! Jy kom so laat – moet nie so laat kom nie! 0 +
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Jy l-- s- h--- – m--- n-- s- h--- l-- n--! Jy lag so hard – moet nie so hard lag nie! 0 +
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! Jy p---- s- s-- – m--- n-- s- s-- p---- n--! Jy praat so sag – moet nie so sag praat nie! 0 +
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! Jy d---- t- v--- – m--- n-- s- b--- d---- n--! Jy drink te veel – moet nie so baie drink nie! 0 +
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Jy r--- t- v--- – m--- n-- s- b--- r--- n--! Jy rook te veel – moet nie so baie rook nie! 0 +
You work too much – don’t work so much! Jy w--- t- v--- – m--- n-- s- b--- w--- n--! Jy werk te veel – moet nie so baie werk nie! 0 +
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Jy r- t- v----- – m--- n-- s- v----- r- n--! Jy ry te vinnig – moet nie so vinnig ry nie! 0 +
Get up, Mr. Miller! St--- o-- M----- M-----! Staan op, Meneer Müller! 0 +
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Si-- M----- M-----! Sit, Meneer Müller! 0 +
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! Bl- s--- M----- M-----! Bly sit, Meneer Müller! 0 +
Be patient! We-- g-------! Wees geduldig! 0 +
Take your time! Ne-- u t--! Neem u tyd! 0 +
Wait a moment! Wa- ’- o------! Wag ’n oomblik! 0 +
Be careful! We-- v--------! Wees versigtig! 0 +
Be punctual! We-- b-----! Wees betyds! 0 +
Don’t be stupid! Mo-- n-- d-- w--- n--! Moet nie dom wees nie! 0 +

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