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Mahirap alamin kung ano ang nasa isip ni Mary, pero aalamin ko 'yun pag nagkausap kami.

Tagalog example sentence for Alamin


Example sentence for the Tagalog word alamin, meaning: [verb] to find out something; to figure out something; to know something; * focus on the thing known/to be known.

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Mahirap alamín kung anó ang nasa isip ni Mary, pero áalamín ko 'yun pag nagkausap kamí
It's difficult to figure out what's on Mary's mind, but I will try to figure that out when we get the chance to talk.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Mahirap alamin kung ano ang nasa isip ni Mary, pero aalamin ko 'yun pag nagkausap kami.
Mahirap alamín kung anó ang nasa isip ni Mary , pero áalamín ko 'yun pag nagkausap kamí .
Difficult to figure out Used before a question word when sentence is not asking a question what the in thought of but will figure out I that when get to talk we
It's difficult to figure out what's on Mary's mind, but I will try to figure that out when we get the chance to talk.

There are 11 other example sentences using the word alamin or its variants.
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