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Matututo kaya ako ng Filipino sa loob ng isang buwan?

Tagalog example sentence for Filipino


Example sentence for the Tagalog word Filipino, meaning: [noun] the national language of the Philippines; a citizen of the Philippines | [adjective] relating to the Philippines, the people of the Philippines (Filipinos), or their language.

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Matututo kayâ akó ng Filipino sa loób ng isáng buwán
Would I be able to learn Filipino within a month?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Matututo kaya ako ng Filipino sa loob ng isang buwan?
Matututo kayâ akó ng Filipino sa loób ng isáng buwán ?
will learn used idiomatically to express doubt, question or surprise I the the national language of the Philippines in inside of one month
Would I be able to learn Filipino within a month?

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