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65 [sixty-five]

Negation 2

Negation 2

65 [animnapu’t lima]


Negation 2

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Is the ring expensive? Ma--- b- a-- s-------? Mahal ba ang singsing? 0 +
No, it costs only one hundred Euros. Hi---- i---- d---- e--- l--- a-- h----- n---. Hindi, isang daang euro lang ang halaga nito. 0 +
But I have only fifty. Ng---- m---- l----- a---- l-------- e---. Ngunit meron lamang akong limampung euro. 0 +
Are you finished? Ta--- k- n- b-? Tapos ka na ba? 0 +
No, not yet. Hi--- p-. Hindi pa. 0 +
But I’ll be finished soon. Ng---- m-------- n- a-- m-----. / N----- p------ n- a--. Ngunit matatapos na ako mamaya. / Ngunit patapos na ako. 0 +
Do you want some more soup? Gu--- m- p- b- n- s----? Gusto mo pa ba ng sabaw? 0 +
No, I don’t want anymore. Hi---- a---- n-. Hindi, ayoko na. 0 +
But another ice cream. Ng---- i-- p--- s-------. / P--- g---- k- p- n- s-------. Ngunit isa pang sorbetes. / Pero gusto ko pa ng sorbetes. 0 +
Have you lived here long? Ma----- k- n- b--- n------- d---? Matagal ka na bang nakatira dito? 0 +
No, only for a month. Hi---- i---- b---- p- l-----. Hindi, isang buwan pa lamang. 0 +
But I already know a lot of people. Ng---- m----- n- a---- k----- n- m-- t--. Ngunit marami na akong kilala na mga tao. 0 +
Are you driving home tomorrow? Uu-- k- b- n- b---- b----? Uuwi ka ba ng bahay bukas? 0 +
No, only on the weekend. Hi---- s- k-------- p- n- l-----. Hindi, sa katapusan pa ng linggo. 0 +
But I will be back on Sunday. Ng---- b------ a-- s- L-----. Ngunit babalik ako sa Linggo. 0 +
Is your daughter an adult? Ma----- n- b- a-- i---- a--- n- b----? Matanda na ba ang iyong anak na babae? 0 +
No, she is only seventeen. Hi---- l---------- p- l--- s---. Hindi, labing-pito pa lang siya. 0 +
But she already has a boyfriend. Pe-- m-- n---- n- s---. Pero may nobyo na siya. 0 +

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