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89 [eighty-nine]

Imperative 1

 


‫89 [تسعة وثمانون]‬

‫صيغة الأمر 1‬

 

 
You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy!
‫أنت كسول بشكل ـــــــ لا تكن كسولاً للغاية!‬
ant kusul bishakl la takun kswlaan lilaghayata!
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late!
‫أنت تنام طويلاً ـــــ لا تنم طويلاً!‬
ant tunam twylaan la tanm twylaan!
You come home so late – don’t come home so late!
‫إنك تأتي في وقت متأخر ـــــ لا تتأخر بهذا الشكل!‬
'iinuk tati fi waqt muta'akhir la tata'akhar bhdha alshakla!
 
 
 
 
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly!
‫إنك تضحك بصوت عالٍ ــــ لا تضحك كذلك!‬
'iinak tadhak bisawt eal la tadhak kadhlk!
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly!
‫إنك تتكلم بصوت منخفض ــــــ لا تتكلم هكذا!‬
'iinak tatakalam bisawt munkhafid la tatakalam hakdha!
You drink too much – don’t drink so much!
‫إنك تشرب كثيراً ــــ لا تشرب بهذا القدر!‬
'iinak tashrub kthyraan la tashrab bhdha alqadra!
 
 
 
 
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much!
‫إنك تدخن كثيراً ــــــ لا تدخن كثيرا!‬
'iinak tadkhun kthyraan la tadkhun kathirana!
You work too much – don’t work so much!
‫إنك تعمل كثيراً ــــ لا تعمل كثيراً!‬
'iinak taemal kthyraan la taemal kthyraan!
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast!
‫إنك تسرع كثيراً ــــ خفف السرعة!‬
'iinak tusrie kthyraan khafaf alsre!
 
 
 
 
Get up, Mr. Miller!
‫إنهض، يا سيد مولر!‬
'inihdi, ya syd mulr!
Sit down, Mr. Miller!
‫إجلس، يا سيد مولر!‬
'ijuls, ya syd mulr!
Remain seated, Mr. Miller!
‫ابق في مقعدك، سيد مولر!‬
abiq fi maqeadik, syd muwlr!
 
 
 
 
Be patient!
‫كن صبوراً! / تحلى بالصبر!‬
kn sbwraan! / tahalaa bialsabra!
Take your time!
‫خذ وقتك! / لا تتسرع!‬
khdh waqtka! / la tatasarae!
Wait a moment!
‫انتظر لحظة! / انتظر قليلاً!‬
anatzir lahzat! / aintazar qlylaan!
 
 
 
 
Be careful!
‫كن حذراً!‬
kn hdhraan!
Be punctual!
‫كن دقيقاً في المواعيد!‬
kn dqyqaan fi almawaeid!
Don’t be stupid!
‫لا تكن غبياً!‬
la takun ghbyaan!
 
 
 
 


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