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Nag-aalala ka bang makukumpiska ang bagahe mo?

Tagalog example sentence for Nag-aalala


Example sentence for the Tagalog word mag-alala, meaning: [verb] to worry; to be concerned; to be anxious; to be apprehensive.

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Nag-áalalá ka bang makúkumpiská ang bagahe mo
Are you worried that your baggage will be confiscated?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Nag-aalala ka bang makukumpiska ang bagahe mo?
Nag-áalalá ka bang makúkumpiská ang bagahe mo ?
worry you a word to indicate the statement is a question + ligature na / -ng will be confiscated the baggage your
Are you worried that your baggage will be confiscated?

There are 6 other example sentences using the word nag-aalala or its variants.
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