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Käskiv kõneviis 1

89 [eighty-nine]

Imperative 1

Imperative 1

89 [kaheksakümmend üheksa]


Käskiv kõneviis 1

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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! Sa o--- n-- l---- – ä-- o-- n-- l----! Sa oled nii laisk – ära ole nii laisk! 0 +
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Sa m---- n-- k--- – ä-- m--- n-- k---! Sa magad nii kaua – ära maga nii kaua! 0 +
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! Sa t---- n-- h---- – ä-- t--- n-- h----! Sa tuled nii hilja – ära tule nii hilja! 0 +
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Sa n----- n-- v------- – ä-- n---- n-- v-------! Sa naerad nii valjusti – ära naera nii valjusti! 0 +
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! Sa r----- l---- v------- – ä-- r---- n-- v-------! Sa räägid liiga vaikselt – ära räägi nii vaikselt! 0 +
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! Sa j--- l---- p---- – ä-- j-- n-- p----! Sa jood liiga palju – ära joo nii palju! 0 +
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Sa s-------- l---- p---- – ä-- s------- n-- p----! Sa suitsetad liiga palju – ära suitseta nii palju! 0 +
You work too much – don’t work so much! Sa t----- l---- p---- – ä-- t---- n-- p----! Sa töötad liiga palju – ära tööta nii palju! 0 +
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Sa s----- l---- k------- – ä-- s---- n-- k-------! Sa sõidad liiga kiiresti – ära sõida nii kiiresti! 0 +
Get up, Mr. Miller! Tõ---- ü---- h---- M-----! Tõuske üles, härra Müller! 0 +
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Võ--- i----- h---- M-----! Võtke istet, härra Müller! 0 +
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! Jä--- i------ h---- M-----! Jääge istuma, härra Müller! 0 +
Be patient! Ka-------! Kannatust! 0 +
Take your time! Võ--- e----- a---! Võtke endale aega! 0 +
Wait a moment! Oo---- ü-- h---! Oodake üks hetk! 0 +
Be careful! Ol-- e----------! Olge ettevaatlik! 0 +
Be punctual! Ol-- t----! Olge täpne! 0 +
Don’t be stupid! Är-- o--- r----! Ärge olge rumal! 0 +

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