Naibigay mo ba ang pera kay Jim?

Tagalog example sentence for Kay

Example sentence for the Tagalog word kay, meaning: [preposition] to; for; of; toward; with; from; preposition typically used before a proper name ; [adverb] a prefix used with an adjective to express amazement, surprise, esteem, insult; how (for example: kay bango - how fragrant; kay pangit - how ugly).

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Naibigáy mo ba ang pera kay Jim?
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Were you able to give the money to Jim?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Naibigay mo ba ang pera kay Jim?
Naibigáy mo ba ang pera kay Jim ?
were able to give you an article used to indicate a question with no equivalent in English the money to
Were you able to give the money to Jim?

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