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Natakot sila nang umangat ang silyang mag-isa.

Tagalog example sentence for Natakot


Example sentence for the Tagalog word matakot, meaning: [verb] to be afraid; to be scared; to dread; to be anxious; to be nervous.

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Natakot silá nang umangát ang silyang mag-isá
They got scared when the chair levitated by itself.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Natakot sila nang umangat ang silyang mag-isa.
Natakot silá nang umangát ang silyang mag-isá .
were scared they when raised the chair on one's own
They got scared when the chair levitated by itself.

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