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Kahit ano ang ipayo mo si James hindi ka niya pakikinggan.

Tagalog example sentence for Kahit ano


Example sentence for the Tagalog word kahit ano, meaning: anything; any; whatever.

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Kahit anó ang ipayo mo si James hindî ka niyá pakíkinggán
Whatever advise you give James he won't heed it.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kahit ano ang ipayo mo si James hindi ka niya pakikinggan.
Kahit anó ang ipayo mo si James hindî ka niyá pakíkinggán .
kahit ano = whatever kahit ano = whatever the to advise you a word placed before a proper noun not you he / she / it will listen to
Whatever advise you give James he won't heed it.

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