- Don't run.
- Don't talk loud.
When you unite the two sentences, which of the two below would be the more appropriate?
- Don't run and talk loud.
- Don't run or talk loud.
I have another question. How do you unite two imperatives when one is positive and the other negative?
- Don't talk.
- Do your homework.
If I simply unite the two with an "and", it would be
- Don't talk and do your homework?
But doesn't it sound like you are not allowed to either talk or do your homework?
What do you say if you want to say more two imperatives when one or more of them are negative?