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    Hi,
    What is the formal and normal way of saying "be quiet" when we want to put it in a hospital as a sign?

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    not a teacher

    "Quiet Please" will normally suffice. The punctuation can vary and it's often all in capitals.
    If you Google "quiet please image" there are numerous examples from various situations.

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