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89 [eighty-nine]

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89 [optzeci şi nouă]


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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! Eş-- a--- d- l---- – n- m-- f- a--- d- l----! Eşti atât de leneş – nu mai fi atât de leneş! 0 +
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Do--- a-- d- m--- – n- m-- d---- a-- d- m---! Dormi aşa de mult – nu mai dormi aşa de mult! 0 +
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! Vi- p--- t----- – n- m-- v--- a-- d- t-----! Vii prea târziu – nu mai veni aşa de târziu! 0 +
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! Râ-- p--- t--- – n- m-- r--- a-- d- t---! Râzi prea tare – nu mai râde aşa de tare! 0 +
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! Vo------ a-- d- î---- – n- m-- v---- a-- d- î----! Vorbeşti aşa de încet – nu mai vorbi aşa de încet! 0 +
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! Be- p--- m--- – n- m-- b-- a-- d- m---! Bei prea mult – nu mai bea aşa de mult! 0 +
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Fu---- p--- m--- – n- m-- f--- a-- d- m---! Fumezi prea mult – nu mai fuma aşa de mult! 0 +
You work too much – don’t work so much! Mu------ p--- m--- – n- m-- m---- a-- d- m---! Munceşti prea mult – nu mai munci aşa de mult! 0 +
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Co----- a-- d- r----- – n- m-- c---- a-- d- r-----! Conduci aşa de repede – nu mai condu aşa de repede! 0 +
Get up, Mr. Miller! Ri--------- d------ M-----! Ridicaţi-vă domnule Müller! 0 +
Sit down, Mr. Miller! Aş-------- d------ M-----! Aşezaţi-vă domnule Müller! 0 +
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! Ră------ p- s---- d------ M-----! Rămâneţi pe scaun domnule Müller! 0 +
Be patient! Av--- r------! Aveţi răbdare! 0 +
Take your time! Lă------- t---! Lăsaţi-vă timp! 0 +
Wait a moment! Aş------- u- m-----! Aşteptaţi un moment! 0 +
Be careful! Fi-- a----! Fiţi atent! 0 +
Be punctual! Fi-- p-------! Fiţi punctual! 0 +
Don’t be stupid! Nu f--- p----! Nu fiţi prost! 0 +

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