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49 [forty-nine]

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49 [apatnapu’t siyam]

Sports

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Do you exercise? N----e----is----a---? Nag-eehersisyo ka ba? N-g-e-h-r-i-y- k- b-? --------------------- Nag-eehersisyo ka ba? 0
Yes, I need some exercise. O-- -a-lan--- -o -- -her----o. Oo, kailangan ko ng ehersisyo. O-, k-i-a-g-n k- n- e-e-s-s-o- ------------------------------ Oo, kailangan ko ng ehersisyo. 0
I am a member of a sports club. Miyembro-ak--sa-i--ng -p--ts-n- --u--. Miyembro ako sa isang sports na grupo. M-y-m-r- a-o s- i-a-g s-o-t- n- g-u-o- -------------------------------------- Miyembro ako sa isang sports na grupo. 0
We play football / soccer (am.). Na-l---ro -----ng--u-bol. Naglalaro tayo ng putbol. N-g-a-a-o t-y- n- p-t-o-. ------------------------- Naglalaro tayo ng putbol. 0
We swim sometimes. M-n-a--lum----go--kam-. Minsan lumalangoy kami. M-n-a- l-m-l-n-o- k-m-. ----------------------- Minsan lumalangoy kami. 0
Or we cycle. O --gbi-isi-le-a k-mi. O nagbibisikleta kami. O n-g-i-i-i-l-t- k-m-. ---------------------- O nagbibisikleta kami. 0
There is a football / soccer (am.) stadium in our city. M-yroo-- -sa-g-pu---l-is-a-yum-s- -m-ng ----s-d. Mayroong isang putbol istadyum sa aming lungsod. M-y-o-n- i-a-g p-t-o- i-t-d-u- s- a-i-g l-n-s-d- ------------------------------------------------ Mayroong isang putbol istadyum sa aming lungsod. 0
There is also a swimming pool with a sauna. M--roo--di-g--w-m-ing-po-l n- -ay-----a. Mayroon ding swimming pool na may sauna. M-y-o-n d-n- s-i-m-n- p-o- n- m-y s-u-a- ---------------------------------------- Mayroon ding swimming pool na may sauna. 0
And there is a golf course. At ma------------ ---f--our-e. At mayroong isang golf course. A- m-y-o-n- i-a-g g-l- c-u-s-. ------------------------------ At mayroong isang golf course. 0
What is on TV? Ano-ang--al--as-sa te--bi--on. Ano ang palabas sa telebisyon. A-o a-g p-l-b-s s- t-l-b-s-o-. ------------------------------ Ano ang palabas sa telebisyon. 0
There is a football / soccer (am.) match on now. May-l--o-g--u--ol nga-o-. May larong putbol ngayon. M-y l-r-n- p-t-o- n-a-o-. ------------------------- May larong putbol ngayon. 0
The German team is playing against the English one. An--kop---- ---A----- ay --g-alaro -a-a--s-----l-s. Ang koponan ng Aleman ay naglalaro laban sa Ingles. A-g k-p-n-n n- A-e-a- a- n-g-a-a-o l-b-n s- I-g-e-. --------------------------------------------------- Ang koponan ng Aleman ay naglalaro laban sa Ingles. 0
Who is winning? Sin- -ng --na-al-? Sino ang nananalo? S-n- a-g n-n-n-l-? ------------------ Sino ang nananalo? 0
I have no idea. W--- a-o-- --eya. Wala akong ideya. W-l- a-o-g i-e-a- ----------------- Wala akong ideya. 0
It is currently a tie. Sa-ngayo------a--------. Sa ngayon ay tabla sila. S- n-a-o- a- t-b-a s-l-. ------------------------ Sa ngayon ay tabla sila. 0
The referee is from Belgium. A--------h-t---a- -aling sa---l--u-. Ang taga-hatol ay galing sa Belgium. A-g t-g---a-o- a- g-l-n- s- B-l-i-m- ------------------------------------ Ang taga-hatol ay galing sa Belgium. 0
Now there is a penalty. Ng-y---a- --- p---lt-. Ngayon ay may penalty. N-a-o- a- m-y p-n-l-y- ---------------------- Ngayon ay may penalty. 0
Goal! One – zero! G-al--is--–-se--! Goal! isa – sero! G-a-! i-a – s-r-! ----------------- Goal! isa – sero! 0

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