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89 [eighty-nine]

Imperative 1

Imperative 1

89 [osmdesát devět]

Rozkazovací způsob 1

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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! T----- ta------ --n-b-ď --k --n- - ---á! Ty jsi tak líný – nebuď tak líný / líná! T- j-i t-k l-n- – n-b-ď t-k l-n- / l-n-! ---------------------------------------- Ty jsi tak líný – nebuď tak líný / líná! 0
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Ty -p-š --- d-o-ho-– ne----t-k-dlouh-! Ty spíš tak dlouho – nespi tak dlouho! T- s-í- t-k d-o-h- – n-s-i t-k d-o-h-! -------------------------------------- Ty spíš tak dlouho – nespi tak dlouho! 0
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! T--př--h--í--ta--pozd--- ne-----t----o-d-! Ty přicházíš tak pozdě – nechoď tak pozdě! T- p-i-h-z-š t-k p-z-ě – n-c-o- t-k p-z-ě- ------------------------------------------ Ty přicházíš tak pozdě – nechoď tak pozdě! 0
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Ty-se sm--e- tak------- – nesměj------k nahl-s! Ty se směješ tak nahlas – nesměj se tak nahlas! T- s- s-ě-e- t-k n-h-a- – n-s-ě- s- t-k n-h-a-! ----------------------------------------------- Ty se směješ tak nahlas – nesměj se tak nahlas! 0
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! T- m--víš---- ---ic---– --mlu- t-k-po---hu! Ty mluvíš tak potichu – nemluv tak potichu! T- m-u-í- t-k p-t-c-u – n-m-u- t-k p-t-c-u- ------------------------------------------- Ty mluvíš tak potichu – nemluv tak potichu! 0
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! M-c-pi--š ---ep-j -o--k! Moc piješ – nepij tolik! M-c p-j-š – n-p-j t-l-k- ------------------------ Moc piješ – nepij tolik! 0
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Moc ---ří--–-ne-uř -oli-! Moc kouříš – nekuř tolik! M-c k-u-í- – n-k-ř t-l-k- ------------------------- Moc kouříš – nekuř tolik! 0
You work too much – don’t work so much! M-c ---cuj-š-– ne----uj --li-! Moc pracuješ – nepracuj tolik! M-c p-a-u-e- – n-p-a-u- t-l-k- ------------------------------ Moc pracuješ – nepracuj tolik! 0
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Ty -e-e--ta--r--h-e –--ej--d- t-k--y----! Ty jedeš tak rychle – nejezdi tak rychle! T- j-d-š t-k r-c-l- – n-j-z-i t-k r-c-l-! ----------------------------------------- Ty jedeš tak rychle – nejezdi tak rychle! 0
Get up, Mr. Miller! V-ta-t-- pa---M--le-e! Vstaňte, pane Müllere! V-t-ň-e- p-n- M-l-e-e- ---------------------- Vstaňte, pane Müllere! 0
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Se-nět- si--pa-e-----e--! Sedněte si, pane Müllere! S-d-ě-e s-, p-n- M-l-e-e- ------------------------- Sedněte si, pane Müllere! 0
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! Z-s-aňte---dět, pa------l-r-! Zůstaňte sedět, pane Müllere! Z-s-a-t- s-d-t- p-n- M-l-e-e- ----------------------------- Zůstaňte sedět, pane Müllere! 0
Be patient! M---e-t-p--i---t! Mějte trpělivost! M-j-e t-p-l-v-s-! ----------------- Mějte trpělivost! 0
Take your time! Ne--ěchejte! Nespěchejte! N-s-ě-h-j-e- ------------ Nespěchejte! 0
Wait a moment! Poč--j-e -hvíli! Počkejte chvíli! P-č-e-t- c-v-l-! ---------------- Počkejte chvíli! 0
Be careful! B-ď---opat--- / o------! Buďte opatrný / opatrná! B-ď-e o-a-r-ý / o-a-r-á- ------------------------ Buďte opatrný / opatrná! 0
Be punctual! B-ďte-d---vil---- d-ch-ilná! Buďte dochvilný / dochvilná! B-ď-e d-c-v-l-ý / d-c-v-l-á- ---------------------------- Buďte dochvilný / dochvilná! 0
Don’t be stupid! N----t- hl------ h--u-á! Nebuďte hloupý / hloupá! N-b-ď-e h-o-p- / h-o-p-! ------------------------ Nebuďte hloupý / hloupá! 0

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