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Kailan mo gustong ilabas kita?

Tagalog example sentence for Kita


Example sentence for the Tagalog word kita, meaning: [pronoun] you are to me; I verb you; I to you;.

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Kailán mo gustóng ilabás kitá?
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When would you like me to take you out (on a date)?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kailan mo gustong ilabas kita?
Kailán mo gustóng ilabás kitá ?
when you would like to take out I verb you
When would you like me to take you out (on a date)?

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