You are at a party and you see one of your friends getting very drunk.
Vous êtes à une soirée et vous voyez un/e de vos amis en train de boire beaucoup trop.
give him water and make sure my friend is alright
Go check on them and see if they are okay. Make sure they stay near me.
I keep a watch on them knowing that getting drunk is their call, but I will definitely be there for them afterwards to make sure he/she gets home safely and spends the night okay. However, if things seem to be getting out of hand, I will try to get him/her home.
I keep an eye on my friend and encourage her to pace herself with water.
I let him be. It is his personal freedom. Only if he poses a risk to himself and others, I remind him in a casual manner to take it easy.
I stop him/her from drinking anymore.
I will care for my friend as much as I can.
I would advise not to lose consciousness, and to remain in control of his actions.
I would go talk to them and make sure they were ok, and keep checking up on them through the night.
I would keep an eye on the friend just in case she needs medical attention later on. I would calmly try to give her food/water and keep her away from extra alcohol, without being too pushy or ruining the fun.
I would offer them my couch.
I would remove any alcohol that's in his/her hands and then take him/her to their bed and make sure they had a bucket/trash can close at hand. I would leave until they fell soundly asleep.
I would stop my friend from drinking more and make sure that he or she would be okay and that he or she would not be driving home.
I would tell him to not have any more drinks and keep a look out for him/her.
I would tell them to stop drinking.
I would try to get them to stop drinking, but at the very least I will keep an eye on them.
I'd go over and make sure they're okay. If they're alone, I'd stay with them and get them home safe.
I'd let him continue then I'd help to take care of him later on that night and the next morning.
I'd tell him or her to stop drinking and help him or her get to a safer place.
make sure they don't have anymore to drink and drink water (slowly) and if it's really bad, make them leave the party
Switch their drink out with water and keep an eye on them.
-ça va ? allez, finis ta bouteille et je te ramène. J'appelle ma mère pour qu'elle vienne nous chercher.
Ce n'est pas si grave si il/elle ne conduit pas. S'il/elle est pénible, je l'isole et vais prendre l'air avec lui/elle.
demande la raison et lui conseille d'arrêter
J'essaie de le faire arrêter.
je fais attention à lui/elle
je fais la remarque
Je le demanderais s'il n'a pas déjà assez bu.
je le surveille d'un oeil et en particulier je m'assure qu'il ne conduit pas
je lui dirais de ralentir un peu et de boire un verre d'eau. Puis je raccompagnerais cette personne à son domicile au moment du départ
Je lui dis d'y aller plus doucement, et qu'il assumera les conséquences de ses actes. Je ne lui interdis pas.
Je lui dis de faire attention et je le rapelle qu'il/elle a déjà trop bu.
Je lui fais la réflexion une ou deux fois et le/la surveille du coin de l'oeil.
Je lui prends ses clefs de voiture.
Je lui suggère de limiter sa consommation.
je m'assure qu'il/elle rentre bien a la maison
Je vais la voir, lui demande si ça va et lui propose de danser plutôt que continuer à boire
Je vais lui faire la remarque sur un ton humoristique et je vais veiller autant que je peux à ce qu'il ne se reserve pas
Je vais lui parler pour voir si il/elle va bien
Je veillerais sur lui, je lui dirais de ralentir la cadence et je resterais vigilante.
s'il est capable d'en supporter les conséquences je ne m'en occupe pas sauf s'il se met en danger.