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89 [eighty-nine]

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89 [åttionio]

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You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy! D---- -å-----– -a- --te s---at! Du är så lat – var inte så lat! D- ä- s- l-t – v-r i-t- s- l-t- ------------------------------- Du är så lat – var inte så lat! 0
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late! Du -ove- -å -ä--- –--ov int---å -ä---! Du sover så länge – sov inte så länge! D- s-v-r s- l-n-e – s-v i-t- s- l-n-e- -------------------------------------- Du sover så länge – sov inte så länge! 0
You come home so late – don’t come home so late! Du -om-e---- s--- –-ko---n-e--å sen-! Du kommer så sent – kom inte så sent! D- k-m-e- s- s-n- – k-m i-t- s- s-n-! ------------------------------------- Du kommer så sent – kom inte så sent! 0
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly! D--s-r-ttar-så -----– sk-at-- i----s--högt! Du skrattar så högt – skratta inte så högt! D- s-r-t-a- s- h-g- – s-r-t-a i-t- s- h-g-! ------------------------------------------- Du skrattar så högt – skratta inte så högt! 0
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly! Du -a-a- s- t-st –-tala i----s--tys-! Du talar så tyst – tala inte så tyst! D- t-l-r s- t-s- – t-l- i-t- s- t-s-! ------------------------------------- Du talar så tyst – tala inte så tyst! 0
You drink too much – don’t drink so much! D- d--cke--f---m---e- – dr-c-----e så --cke-! Du dricker för mycket – drick inte så mycket! D- d-i-k-r f-r m-c-e- – d-i-k i-t- s- m-c-e-! --------------------------------------------- Du dricker för mycket – drick inte så mycket! 0
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much! Du r-k-- f-r--y--et –-rök --t- så--y-k-t! Du röker för mycket – rök inte så mycket! D- r-k-r f-r m-c-e- – r-k i-t- s- m-c-e-! ----------------------------------------- Du röker för mycket – rök inte så mycket! 0
You work too much – don’t work so much! Du arbe--- f-r m---et – -rbe---in-e-så -----t! Du arbetar för mycket – arbeta inte så mycket! D- a-b-t-r f-r m-c-e- – a-b-t- i-t- s- m-c-e-! ---------------------------------------------- Du arbetar för mycket – arbeta inte så mycket! 0
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast! Du--ö- fö- --rt - -ö--i--e--å--o--! Du kör för fort – kör inte så fort! D- k-r f-r f-r- – k-r i-t- s- f-r-! ----------------------------------- Du kör för fort – kör inte så fort! 0
Get up, Mr. Miller! St--up------r------r! Stå upp, herr Müller! S-å u-p- h-r- M-l-e-! --------------------- Stå upp, herr Müller! 0
Sit down, Mr. Miller! S-t--n--, ---- -ü---r! Sitt ner, herr Müller! S-t- n-r- h-r- M-l-e-! ---------------------- Sitt ner, herr Müller! 0
Remain seated, Mr. Miller! S-tt -va-,--e-r---l---! Sitt kvar, herr Müller! S-t- k-a-, h-r- M-l-e-! ----------------------- Sitt kvar, herr Müller! 0
Be patient! H- ---a-od! Ha tålamod! H- t-l-m-d- ----------- Ha tålamod! 0
Take your time! T- e--t--! Ta er tid! T- e- t-d- ---------- Ta er tid! 0
Wait a moment! V-n-a-e-t ---nbli--! Vänta ett ögonblick! V-n-a e-t ö-o-b-i-k- -------------------- Vänta ett ögonblick! 0
Be careful! V-r--ör----i-! Var försiktig! V-r f-r-i-t-g- -------------- Var försiktig! 0
Be punctual! Va- -unktl--! Var punktlig! V-r p-n-t-i-! ------------- Var punktlig! 0
Don’t be stupid! V-r-in-e d--! Var inte dum! V-r i-t- d-m- ------------- Var inte dum! 0

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