tɔɔna voos isti ravkiin kikustumaa jeentispa uŋ gɔɔta bata laraa; uŋ gɔɔta regulaadu kustumaa falaatu
Then shake up these people who are practicing violin a little, telling them to practice regularly.
For comparison with the prohibitive, this example contains two positive imperatives: bataa(tu) laraa 'shake up' and kustumaa 'practice'. Note that the verb stem is used as imperative. In bataa(tu) laraa, it is the perfective auxiliary laraa that is in imperative form. Corresponding prohibitives would be nikara~numis (ta-)bataa (assuming perfectivity is not expressed) and nikara~numis (ta-)kustumaa.
Jeentis-pa illustrates accusative marking on Ps (different from A and S).