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Hindi sinunod ni John si Mary.

Tagalog example sentence for Sinunod


Example sentence for the Tagalog word sundin, meaning: [verb] to obey something/someone; to follow something/someone; to abide by something; to adhere to something.

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Hindî sinunód ni John si Mary. 
John did not obey Mary.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Hindi sinunod ni John si Mary.
Hindî sinunód ni John si Mary .
didn't obey someone a word placed before a proper noun a word placed before a proper noun
John did not obey Mary.

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