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Nakain mo ba yung tinapay na ibinigay ko sa iyo?

Tagalog example sentence for Nakain


Example sentence for the Tagalog word makain, meaning: [verb] to be able to eat something (OF); to happen to eat something (OF).

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Nakain mo ba yung tinapay na ibinigáy ko sa iyó?
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Were you able to eat the bread that I gave you?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Nakain mo ba yung tinapay na ibinigay ko sa iyo?
Nakain mo ba yung tinapay na ibinigáy ko sa iyó ?
was able to eat you an article used to indicate a question with no equivalent in English that bread that gave I to you
Were you able to eat the bread that I gave you?

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