Sinaksak ba si Sally kaya siya nasugatan?

Tagalog example sentence for Kaya

Example sentence for the Tagalog word kaya, meaning: [conjunction] that's why; so; as a result; consequently; hence; the reason why; therefore; [enclitic] I wonder if; do you suppose; perhaps; [idiom] used idiomatically to express doubt, question or surprise.

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Sinaksák ba si Sally kayâ siyá nasugatan?
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Was Sally stabbed that's why she was injured?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Sinaksak ba si Sally kaya siya nasugatan?
Sinaksák ba si Sally kayâ siyá nasugatan ?
stabbed an article used to indicate a question with no equivalent in English a word placed before a proper noun that's why he / she / it got hurt / injured / wounded
Was Sally stabbed that's why she was injured?

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