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Naisip ko na kung ano ang kailangan kong bilhin.

Tagalog example sentence for Naisip


Example sentence for the Tagalog word maisip, meaning: [verb] to think of something; to think of doing something; to occur to one to do; to have something come to mind; to keep something in mind; to be able to think of something; to realize something.

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Naisip ko na kung anó ang kailangan kong bilhín
Now I know/remember what it is that I need to buy.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Naisip ko na kung ano ang kailangan kong bilhin.
Naisip ko na kung anó ang kailangan kong bilhín .
was able to think of I already as to what the need I buy
Now I know/remember what it is that I need to buy.

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