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Do study here.
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Sentence #61863

eng
Do study here.
epo
Studu ĉi tie.
fra
Étudiez ici.
fra
Étudie ici.
spa
Estudia aquí.
jpn
ここで勉強しなさい。
ここ[] で[] 勉強[べんきょう] し[] なさい[] 。[]
por
Estude aqui.
por
Estudem aqui.

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maydoo
Jan 14th 2015, 17:46
Is this a correct sentence?
CK
CK
Jan 14th 2015, 17:54 - edited Jan 14th 2015, 17:55
It's grammatically correct. However, I wouldn't say it.

We sometimes use "do" to start an imperative sentence.
Here are some examples that I think are more likely to be used than this sentence.

[#2245265] Do come in. (CK) *audio*
[#2047581] Do be careful. (CK) *audio*
[#51317] Do come and visit us. (CK) *audio*
[#51290] Do come by all means. (CK) *audio*
[#32671] Do come again. (CM)
[#274497] Do watch your step. (CM)
[#271248] Do come to the party. (CK)
[#51316] Do come and see us tomorrow. (CM)

maydoo
Jan 14th 2015, 18:32
Waw.. I have not known it. OK thx.

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