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89 [eighty-nine]

Imperative 1

Imperative 1

89 [aštuoniasdešimt devyni]

Liepiamoji nuosaka 1

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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! Tu t--- t------- — n---- t--- t-------! Tu toks tinginys — nebūk toks tinginys! 0
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Tu t--- i---- m---- — n------- t--- i----! Tu taip ilgai miegi — nemiegok taip ilgai! 0
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! Tu t--- v---- p------ — n------- t--- v----! Tu taip vėlai pareini — nepareik taip vėlai! 0
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Tu t--- g------ j------- — n------- t--- g------! Tu taip garsiai juokiesi — nesijuok taip garsiai! 0
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! Tu t--- t----- k---- — n------- t--- t-----! Tu taip tyliai kalbi — nekalbėk taip tyliai! 0
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! Tu p-- d--- g--- — n----- t--- d---! Tu per daug geri — negerk tiek daug! 0
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Tu p-- d--- r---- — n------ t--- d---! Tu per daug rūkai — nerūkyk tiek daug! 0
You work too much – don’t work so much! Tu p-- d--- d---- — n------ t--- d---! Tu per daug dirbi — nedirbk tiek daug! 0
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Tu t--- g------ v------- — n-------- t--- g------! Tu taip greitai važiuoji — nevažiuok taip greitai! 0
Get up, Mr. Miller! St------- p--- M------! Stokitės, pone Miuleri! 0
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Sė------- p--- M------! Sėskitės, pone Miuleri! 0
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! Sė------- p--- M------! Sėdėkite, pone Miuleri! 0
Be patient! Tu------ k--------! Turėkite kantrybės! 0
Take your time! Ne---------! Neskubėkite! 0
Wait a moment! Pa------- m-------! Palaukite minutėlę! 0
Be careful! Bū---- a-------! Būkite atsargus! 0
Be punctual! At------ l----! Ateikite laiku! 0
Don’t be stupid! Ne------ k------! Nebūkite kvailas! 0

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