I would like to know how could I say something like "Make yourself at home, but remember you aren't" in Latin. It is a quirky thing a Brazilian friend says a lot (I've translated it to English) and I'm figuring out a way to incorporate it into a housewarming gift.
I figured out something like "Domi te facere, sed memento non es", with the second verb in the imperative, but I'm not so sure it works. Maybe it needs an object: "sed memento domum tuam non est"? I'm just beginning to learn Latin and would really appreciate your help!
Edit: In the original (Portuguese): "Sinta-se em casa, mas lembre-se que não está". It is used to extend one's hospitality to a visitor, who should feel at home, but remember that in fact it is the host's house and, therefore, certain behaviors should not be displayed.