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How Much & How Many: Ilán and Magkano

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When it comes to price and quantity, the Filipino question words ilán and magkano are used.

Ilán

Ilán is used to ask quantity as it translates into “how many."

Magkano

magkano is used to ask “how much.”
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Examples:
How many siblings do you have?
Ilán ang kapatíd mo?
How many stars do you see?
Ilán ang nakikita mong
bituín?
How many children do you have?
Ilán ang anák mo?
How much is this?
Magkano itó?
How much is the soap?
Magkano ang sabón?
How much is the (bottle of) vinegar?
Magkano ang (bote ng) su?
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Examples:
How many siblings do you have?
Ilan ang kapatid mo?
How many stars do you see?
Ilan ang nakikita mong
bituin?
How many children do you have?
Ilan ang anak mo?
How much is this?
Magkano ito?
How much is the soap?
Magkano ang sabon?
How much is the (bottle of) vinegar?
Magkano ang (bote ng) suka?

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