How to Express Warning

Observe the following dialogue. The two people are talking about the danger of AIDS. Which expression do you think used to express warning?

Donna: Look! I have got hot news.

Jill : What is it about?

Donna: There are around 500 people in Jember suffered HIV.

Jill: OMG! Really?

Donna: Look at this article! A doctor from Soebandi Hospital told that HIV had suffered people. Around 10 people died. It's terrible.

Jill: Why does it happen?

Donna: Free sex, blood transfusion, and birth, those the ways of HIV spread out

Jill: I'm worried. Do you think we will be suffered.

Donna: We can avoid it. Make sure that we have safe sex. Do not try sex before married.

Jill: What about blood transfusion and birth?

Donna: For blood transfusion it's low risk, hospital must have known blood containin HIV. Something that we can not avoid is birth. HIV can inherit to a baby from his/her mother. Once more, narcotics, mainly using injection. It can spread one to another.

Jill: Yes. We must be careful.

Donna: Yes, be careful!

Note:
The bold words are the way how to express warning. Here are some more examples:

  • Watch out!
  • Look out!
  • Take care!

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