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89 [eighty-nine]

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89 [oitenta e nove]


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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! Vo-- é t-- p--------- – n-- s--- t-- p---------! Você é tão preguiçoso – não seja tão preguiçoso! 0 +
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Vo-- d---- a-- m---- t---- – n-- d---- a-- t-- t----! Você dorme até muito tarde – não durma até tão tarde! 0 +
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! Vo-- v-- t-- t---- – n-- v---- t-- t----! Você vem tão tarde – não venha tão tarde! 0 +
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Vo-- r- t-- a--- – n-- r-- t-- a---! Você ri tão alto – não ria tão alto! 0 +
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! Vo-- f--- t-- b---- – n-- f--- t-- b----! Você fala tão baixo – não fale tão baixo! 0 +
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! Vo-- b--- d----- – n-- b--- t----! Você bebe demais – não beba tanto! 0 +
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Vo-- f--- d----- – n-- f--- t----! Você fuma demais – não fume tanto! 0 +
You work too much – don’t work so much! Vo-- t------- d----- – n-- t------- t----! Você trabalha demais – não trabalhe tanto! 0 +
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Vo-- v-- t-- d------- – n-- v- t-- d-------! Você vai tão depressa – não vá tão depressa! 0 +
Get up, Mr. Miller! Le--------- S----- M-----! Levante-se, Senhor Müller! 0 +
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Se------- S----- M-----! Sente-se, Senhor Müller! 0 +
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! Fi--- s------- S----- M-----! Fique sentado, Senhor Müller! 0 +
Be patient! Te--- p--------! Tenha paciência! 0 +
Take your time! Vá c-- c----! Vá com calma! 0 +
Wait a moment! Es---- u- m------! Espere um momento! 0 +
Be careful! Te--- c------! Tenha cuidado! 0 +
Be punctual! Se-- p------! Seja pontual! 0 +
Don’t be stupid! Nã- s--- e------- /--! Não seja estúpido /-a! 0 +

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