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89 [eighty-nine]

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89 [åttini]

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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! Du----lat – d----rd-----d-g s--m--. Du er lat – du burde ta deg sammen. D- e- l-t – d- b-r-e t- d-g s-m-e-. ----------------------------------- Du er lat – du burde ta deg sammen. 0
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Du -o--r f-- l-n-e-–-du--å l--------å --å-o----- m------n. Du sover for lenge – du må lære deg å stå opp om morgenen. D- s-v-r f-r l-n-e – d- m- l-r- d-g å s-å o-p o- m-r-e-e-. ---------------------------------------------------------- Du sover for lenge – du må lære deg å stå opp om morgenen. 0
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! D- komm---så-sen- --du må sl-t---å k-mme---- --nt. Du kommer så sent – du må slutte å komme for sent. D- k-m-e- s- s-n- – d- m- s-u-t- å k-m-e f-r s-n-. -------------------------------------------------- Du kommer så sent – du må slutte å komme for sent. 0
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Du -e-------- -å -øy- – -et synes--e- d- ---ll- -o--r-re. Du ler alltid så høyt – det synes jeg du skulle moderere. D- l-r a-l-i- s- h-y- – d-t s-n-s j-g d- s-u-l- m-d-r-r-. --------------------------------------------------------- Du ler alltid så høyt – det synes jeg du skulle moderere. 0
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! D--sn-k--- ----a---– s-a-k h-ye-e! Du snakker så lavt – snakk høyere! D- s-a-k-r s- l-v- – s-a-k h-y-r-! ---------------------------------- Du snakker så lavt – snakk høyere! 0
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! D----------fo- m-e ---r-----indre--a! Du drikker for mye – drikk mindre da! D- d-i-k-r f-r m-e – d-i-k m-n-r- d-! ------------------------------------- Du drikker for mye – drikk mindre da! 0
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! D- r-yk-- fo---y----i-k----y- ----y---a! Du røyker for mye – ikke røyk så mye da! D- r-y-e- f-r m-e – i-k- r-y- s- m-e d-! ---------------------------------------- Du røyker for mye – ikke røyk så mye da! 0
You work too much – don’t work so much! Du-jobbe---or---- – ik-- ---b-s--m-- -a! Du jobber for mye – ikke jobb så mye da! D- j-b-e- f-r m-e – i-k- j-b- s- m-e d-! ---------------------------------------- Du jobber for mye – ikke jobb så mye da! 0
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Du-kj-rer-fo- f-r- - ik-- kj-- s- fo-- --! Du kjører for fort – ikke kjør så fort da! D- k-ø-e- f-r f-r- – i-k- k-ø- s- f-r- d-! ------------------------------------------ Du kjører for fort – ikke kjør så fort da! 0
Get up, Mr. Miller! St--o--,--üll--. Stå opp, Müller. S-å o-p- M-l-e-. ---------------- Stå opp, Müller. 0
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Se-- --g,----le-. Sett deg, Müller. S-t- d-g- M-l-e-. ----------------- Sett deg, Müller. 0
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! B-- -itt-n--,-M--l--. Bli sittende, Müller. B-i s-t-e-d-, M-l-e-. --------------------- Bli sittende, Müller. 0
Be patient! V-r --l--d-g. Vær tålmodig. V-r t-l-o-i-. ------------- Vær tålmodig. 0
Take your time! T-------i-. Ta deg tid. T- d-g t-d- ----------- Ta deg tid. 0
Wait a moment! V--- -t ø---l-k-. Vent et øyeblikk. V-n- e- ø-e-l-k-. ----------------- Vent et øyeblikk. 0
Be careful! Væ--f--si-t--. Vær forsiktig. V-r f-r-i-t-g- -------------- Vær forsiktig. 0
Be punctual! V-r pu-kt-i-. Vær punktlig. V-r p-n-t-i-. ------------- Vær punktlig. 0
Don’t be stupid! Ikk- v---du-! Ikke vær dum! I-k- v-r d-m- ------------- Ikke vær dum! 0

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