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LOOK AT THE BOARD (TAHTAYA BAKIN)
TAKE OUT YOUR BOOKS (KİTAPLARINIZI ÇIKARIN)
OPEN YOUR BOOKS ( KİTAPLARINIZI AÇIN)
CLOSE YOUR BOOKS (KİTAPLARINIZI KAPATIN)
TAKE OUT YOUR PENCILS (KALEMLERİNİZİ ÇIKARIN)
WRITE YOUR NAME (İSMİNİ YAZ)
TAKE A NOTE (NOT ALIN)
BE QUIET (SESSİZ OLUN)
READ A BOOK (KİTAP OKUYUN)
STAND UP SIT DOWN (KALKIN) (OTURUN)
TOUCH YOUR DESKS (SIRALARINIZA DOKUNUN)
RAISE YOUR HANDS (ELLERİNİZİ KALDIRIN)
HANDS UP (ELLERİNİZİ KALDIRIN)
ANSWER THE QUESTION (SORUYU CEVAPLAYIN)
LISTEN TO THE TEACHER (ÖĞRETMENİ DİNLEYİN)
LISTEN CAREFULLY (DİKKATLİCE DİNLEYİN)
LISTEN TO MUSIC (MÜZİK DİNLEYİN)
OPEN THE DOOR COME HERE (KAPIYI AÇ) (BURAYA GEL)
MAKE A CIRCLE (DAİRE OLUŞTURUN)
DO NOT SLEEP ON THE DESK (SIRADA UYUMAYIN)
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