DRESS – WEAR – PUT ON
- WEAR = a purta
What are you going to wear tomorrow?
She is wearing a very nice green dress.
!! A purta un baston (to wear a walking stick) = TO CARRY a walking stick
My grandfather never carries a walking stick.
- PUT ON = a-si pune, a imbraca (ceva)
=> Verb tranzitiv => trebuie urmat de “ce anume”
It’s very cold, put on your coat!
I’m putting on my trainers because I want to run in the park.
- DRESS = a se imbraca; a imbraca
a). => Verb intranzitiv
The lady usually dresses in black.
She likes to dress in business clothes.
We should dress in clothes that reflect our personality.
I have to dress quickly every morning.
b.) => Verb tranzitiv => trebuie urmat de “ce anume”
She shouldn’t dress her child in very expensive clothes.
The little girls dress their dolls.
I don’t want to be a doctor because I wouldn’t like to dress wounds. (a bandaja)
Can you dress the salad, please?
- TO GET DRESSED = to put on = a se imbraca
Don’t interrupt me while I’m getting dressed!
Darling, when you go to school, you have to get dressed accordingly.
ACUM INCEARCA SI TU SA TRADUCI URMATOARELE PROPOZITII:
- De obicei, elevilor nu le place sa poarte o uniforma.
- Ai de gand sa imbraci rochia albastra acum?
- Nu-mi place sa ma imbrac in negru.
- Scuze, fetita noastra nu poate vorbi cu tine acum pentru ca-si imbraca toate papusile.
- De obicei poarta asa o sacosa mare cand merge la piata?
- Ar trebui sa porti o palarie cand e foarte cald.