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Masyadong abala si Emma, hindi mo siya makakausap.

Tagalog example sentence for Masyado


Example sentence for the Tagalog word masyado, meaning: [adverb] too (hot/cold/close/fast/etc); too much; excessively; terribly.

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Masyadong abalá si Emma, hindî mo siyá makakausap.
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Emma is very busy, you won't be able to talk to her.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Masyadong abala si Emma, hindi mo siya makakausap.
Masyadong abalá si Emma , hindî mo siyá makakausap .
too much busy a word placed before a proper noun not you him / her / it will be able to talk to someone
Emma is very busy, you won't be able to talk to her.

There are 15 other example sentences using the word masyado or its variants.
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