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Kailan hihikayatin ni James si Mar na sumama sa biyahe nila sa Taiwan?

Tagalog example sentence for Hikayatin


Example sentence for the Tagalog word hikayatin, meaning: [verb] to persuade someone; to cajole someone.

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Kailán híhikayatin ni James si Mar na sumama sa biyahe nilá sa Taiwan? 
When will James cajole Mar into joining their Taiwan trip?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kailan hihikayatin ni James si Mar na sumama sa biyahe nila sa Taiwan?
Kailán híhikayatin ni James si Mar na sumama sa biyahe nilá sa Taiwan ?
when will cajole by a word placed before a proper noun grammatically, a word that can be used to connect two words go with in trip their in
When will James cajole Mar into joining their Taiwan trip?

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