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In the department store

52 [fifty-two]

In the department store

In the department store

52 [limampu’t dalawa]


In the department store

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Shall we go to the department store? Pu----- b- t--- s- i---- d--------- s----? Pupunta ba tayo sa isang department store? 0 +
I have to go shopping. Ka------- k--- m-----. Kailangan kong mamili. 0 +
I want to do a lot of shopping. Gu--- k--- m----- n- m-----. Gusto kong mamili ng marami. 0 +
Where are the office supplies? Na---- a-- m-- g---- s- o------? Nasaan ang mga gamit sa opisina? 0 +
I need envelopes and stationery. Ka------- k- n- m-- s---- a- p---- p--- s----. Kailangan ko ng mga sobre at papel pang sulat. 0 +
I need pens and markers. Ka------- k- n- m-- p------ a- m-- m------. Kailangan ko ng mga panulat at mga markers. 0 +
Where is the furniture? Na---- a-- m-- m-------? Nasaan ang mga muwebles? 0 +
I need a cupboard and a chest of drawers. Ka------- k- n- a------- a- t------. Kailangan ko ng aparador at tokador. 0 +
I need a desk and a bookshelf. Ka------- k- n- m--- a- i------. Kailangan ko ng mesa at istante. 0 +
Where are the toys? Na---- a-- m-- l-----? Nasaan ang mga laruan? 0 +
I need a doll and a teddy bear. Ka------- k- n- m----- a- t---- b---. Kailangan ko ng manika at teddy bear. 0 +
I need a football and a chess board. Ka------- k- n- b--- p--- p----- a- l----- c----. Kailangan ko ng bola pang putbol at larong chess. 0 +
Where are the tools? Na---- a-- m-- k---------- s- p---------? Nasaan ang mga kasangkapan sa pagkumpuni? 0 +
I need a hammer and a pair of pliers. Ka------- k- n- m------- a- p---- n- p----. Kailangan ko ng martilyo at pares ng plays. 0 +
I need a drill and a screwdriver. Ka------- k- n- i---- d---- a- i---- d-------------. Kailangan ko ng isang drill at isang distornilyador. 0 +
Where is the jewellery / jewelry (am.) department? Na---- b---- a-- m-- a-----? Nasaan banda ang mga alahas? 0 +
I need a chain and a bracelet. Ka------- k- n- i---- k------ a- i---- p-------. Kailangan ko ng isang kwintas at isang pulseras. 0 +
I need a ring and earrings. Ka------- k- n- s------- a- h----. Kailangan ko ng singsing at hikaw. 0 +

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