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89 [eighty-nine]

Imperative 1


89 [ఎనభై తొమ్మిది]

ఆజ్ఞాపూర్వకం 1


You are so lazy – don’t be so lazy!
మీరు ఎంత బద్దకస్తులో-అంత బద్దకస్తులుగా ఉండకండి!
Mīru enta baddakastulō-anta baddakastulugā uṇḍakaṇḍi!
You sleep for so long – don’t sleep so late!
మీరు చాలా సేపు నిద్రపోతారు-అంత సేపు నిద్రపోకండి!
Mīru cālā sēpu nidrapōtāru-anta sēpu nidrapōkaṇḍi!
You come home so late – don’t come home so late!
మీరు చాలా ఆలస్యంగా ఇంటికి వస్తారు-అంత ఆలస్యంగా ఇంటికి రాకండి!
Mīru cālā ālasyaṅgā iṇṭiki vastāru-anta ālasyaṅgā iṇṭiki rākaṇḍi!
You laugh so loudly – don’t laugh so loudly!
మీరు చాలా బిగ్గరగా నవ్వుతారు-అంత బిగ్గరగా నవ్వకండి!
Mīru cālā biggaragā navvutāru-anta biggaragā navvakaṇḍi!
You speak so softly – don’t speak so softly!
మీరు చాలా బిగ్గరగా మాట్లాడతారు-అంత బిగ్గరగా మాట్లాడకండి!
Mīru cālā biggaragā māṭlāḍatāru-anta biggaragā māṭlāḍakaṇḍi!
You drink too much – don’t drink so much!
మీరు చాలా ఎక్కువగా తాగుతారు-అంత ఎక్కువగా తాగకండి!
Mīru cālā ekkuvagā tāgutāru-anta ekkuvagā tāgakaṇḍi!
You smoke too much – don’t smoke so much!
మీకు చాలా ఎక్కువగా పొగ త్రాగుతారు-అంత ఎక్కువగా పొగ త్రాగకండి!
Mīku cālā ekkuvagā poga trāgutāru-anta ekkuvagā poga trāgakaṇḍi!
You work too much – don’t work so much!
మీరు మరీ ఎక్కువగా పని చేస్తారు-అంత ఎక్కువగా పని చేయకండి!
Mīru marī ekkuvagā pani cēstāru-anta ekkuvagā pani cēyakaṇḍi!
You drive too fast – don’t drive so fast!
మీరు చాలా వేగంగా బండీ నడుపుతారు-అంత వేగంగా బండీ నడపకండి!
Mīru cālā vēgaṅgā baṇḍī naḍuputāru-anta vēgaṅgā baṇḍī naḍapakaṇḍi!
Get up, Mr. Miller!
లేవండి, మిల్లర్ గారు!
Lēvaṇḍi, millar gāru!
Sit down, Mr. Miller!
కూర్చోండి, మిల్లర్ గారు!
Kūrcōṇḍi, millar gāru!
Remain seated, Mr. Miller!
కూర్చునే ఉండండి, మిల్లర్ గారు!
Kūrcunē uṇḍaṇḍi, millar gāru!
Be patient!
సహనం పాటించండి!
Sahanaṁ pāṭin̄caṇḍi!
Take your time!
Wait a moment!
ఒక నిమిశం ఆగండి!
Oka nimiśaṁ āgaṇḍi!
Be careful!
Be punctual!
సమయం పాటించండి!
Samayaṁ pāṭin̄caṇḍi!
Don’t be stupid!
మందబుద్ధిగా ఉండొద్దు!
Mandabud'dhigā uṇḍoddu!

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