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89 [eighty-nine]

Imperative 1

 


89 [ութանասունինը]

հրամայական 1

 

 
You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy!
Դու շատ ծույլ ես-Մի´ եղիր այդքան ծույլ:
Du shat tsuyl yes-Mi´ yeghir aydk’an tsuyl
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late!
Դու երկար ես քնում-Մի´ քնիր այդքան երկար:
Du yerkar yes k’num-Mi´ k’nir aydk’an yerkar
You come home so late – don’t come home so late!
Դու ուշ ես գալիս-Այդքան ուշ մի´ արի:
Du ush yes galis-Aydk’an ush mi´ ari
 
 
 
 
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly!
Դու շատ բարձր ես ծիծաղում-Այդքան բարձր մի´ ծիծաղիր:
Du shat bardzr yes tsitsaghum-Aydk’an bardzr mi´ tsitsaghir
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly!
Դու շատ ցածր ես խոսում-Այդքան ցածր մի´ խոսիր:
Du shat ts’atsr yes khosum-Aydk’an ts’atsr mi´ khosir
You drink too much – don’t drink so much!
Դու շատ ես խմում-Այդքան շատ մի´ խմիր:
Du shat yes khmum-Aydk’an shat mi´ khmir
 
 
 
 
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much!
Դու շատ ես ծխում-Այդքան շատ մի´ ծխիր:
Du shat yes tskhum-Aydk’an shat mi´ tskhir
You work too much – don’t work so much!
Դու շատ ես աշխատում-Այդքան շատ մի´ աշխատիր:
Du shat yes ashkhatum-Aydk’an shat mi´ ashkhatir
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast!
Դու արագ ես քշում-Այդքան արագ մի´ քշիր:
Du arag yes k’shum-Aydk’an arag mi´ k’shir
 
 
 
 
Get up, Mr. Miller!
Կանգնե´ք պարոն Մյուլլեր:
Kangne´k’ paron Myuller
Sit down, Mr. Miller!
Նստե´ք պարոն Մյուլլեր:
Nste´k’ paron Myuller
Remain seated, Mr. Miller!
Մնացե´ք նստած պարոն Մյուլլեր:
Mnats’ye´k’ nstats paron Myuller
 
 
 
 
Be patient!
Համբերություն ունեցե´ք:
Hamberut’yun unets’ye´k’
Take your time!
Վերցրե´ք ձեր ժամանակը:
Verts’re´k’ dzer zhamanaky
Wait a moment!
Սպասե´ք մի ակնթարթ:
Spase´k’ mi aknt’art’
 
 
 
 
Be careful!
Զգույշ եղե´ք:
Zguysh yeghe´k’
Be punctual!
Պարտաճանաչ եղե´ք:
Partachanach’ yeghe´k’
Don’t be stupid!
Հիմար մի եղե´ք:
Himar mi yeghe´k’
 
 
 
 


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