Formal Rank: #64 Casual Rank: #680 ** A lower rank means the word is used more frequently. For example, rank #1 would be the most frequently used word.
Method: This script ranks all words by frequency using both formal sources (mostly newspaper articles) and informal sources (a combination of over 100 hours of transcribed audio, internet comments, and amateur fiction writing) to roughly determine whether a word is used more frequency in casual or formal contexts.
Sina Example Sentences in Tagalog: (15)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
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Nagkitasiná John at Mary.
John and Mary saw each other.
Siná Ana, Karen at Nina angbubuôsabanda.
Ana, Karen and Nina will form the band.
Nagwagîsiná Bong at Donna sapustahan.
Bong and Donna won the bet.
Noóngunanagkakasagutanlangsiná Jack at Jill perotuluyangnagíngtunaynamagkaawaynasilá.
Initially Jack and Jill were just habitually arguing but eventually/consequently/in the end they really became enemies.
Parehongkakandidatosiná Miguel at Alejandro.
Michael and Alejandro will both run for office.
Bakitdinakípsiná Aldrin at Larry?
Why were Aldrin and Larry apprehended?
Nagpípigíllangsiná Mark at Jessie, perogalítnatalagásilá.
Mark and Jessie are just controlling themselves, but they are really angry.
Nag-uusapsiná Peter at Paul.
Peter and Paul are talking to each other.
Sumailalimsiná Lita at Olivia samatindíngpanggigipít.
Lita and Olivia were under intense pressure.
Magkakáhiwaláynanglimángtaónsiná Dan at Pat .
Dan and Pat will be separated for five years.
Kasamanamingmangingisdâsiná Gerardo at Boni.
We'll go fishing with Gerardo and Boni.
Hiwaláynamagpápaskósiná Christian at Evelyn.
Christian and Evelyn will spend Christmas separately.
Kinasuhannanilásiná Eva at Loren.
They have already filed a case against Eva and Loren.
Nilagnátsiná Leo at Eugene atinihiwaláysaibángmgabilanggô.
Leo and Eugene developed a fever and were separated from other prisoners.
Siná Jack at Mary aynaglalarôngapóy.
Jack ang Mary are in an illicit relationship (playing with fire).
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