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en to need – to want to   »   tl to need – to want to

69 [sixty-nine]

to need – to want to

to need – to want to

69 [animnapu’t siyam]

to need – to want to

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I need a bed. K--la-g-- k---- --ma. Kailangan ko ng kama. K-i-a-g-n k- n- k-m-. --------------------- Kailangan ko ng kama. 0
I want to sleep. G---o --n--m--ul--. Gusto kong matulog. G-s-o k-n- m-t-l-g- ------------------- Gusto kong matulog. 0
Is there a bed here? M-r-- -----ka-----t-? Meron bang kama dito? M-r-n b-n- k-m- d-t-? --------------------- Meron bang kama dito? 0
I need a lamp. K--la--a--ko--g-i-a-a-. Kailangan ko ng ilawan. K-i-a-g-n k- n- i-a-a-. ----------------------- Kailangan ko ng ilawan. 0
I want to read. G-----k-n------a-a. Gusto kong magbasa. G-s-o k-n- m-g-a-a- ------------------- Gusto kong magbasa. 0
Is there a lamp here? M-yro----ang --aw-n --t-? Mayroon bang ilawan dito? M-y-o-n b-n- i-a-a- d-t-? ------------------------- Mayroon bang ilawan dito? 0
I need a telephone. K--l-nga- -- -- -e--po--. Kailangan ko ng telepono. K-i-a-g-n k- n- t-l-p-n-. ------------------------- Kailangan ko ng telepono. 0
I want to make a call. Gust-----g ---aw-g. Gusto kong tumawag. G-s-o k-n- t-m-w-g- ------------------- Gusto kong tumawag. 0
Is there a telephone here? May-oo- -a-- tel--o---di-o? Mayroon bang telepono dito? M-y-o-n b-n- t-l-p-n- d-t-? --------------------------- Mayroon bang telepono dito? 0
I need a camera. K-i-a-----k--------era. Kailangan ko ng kamera. K-i-a-g-n k- n- k-m-r-. ----------------------- Kailangan ko ng kamera. 0
I want to take photographs. Gus-- k----k-m-ha -g -----t-. Gusto kong kumuha ng litrato. G-s-o k-n- k-m-h- n- l-t-a-o- ----------------------------- Gusto kong kumuha ng litrato. 0
Is there a camera here? Ma---------- ----r--d---? Mayroon bang kamera dito? M-y-o-n b-n- k-m-r- d-t-? ------------------------- Mayroon bang kamera dito? 0
I need a computer. K--la--a- ko-n---om-y----. Kailangan ko ng kompyuter. K-i-a-g-n k- n- k-m-y-t-r- -------------------------- Kailangan ko ng kompyuter. 0
I want to send an email. G-s-o kong m-gpadal--n- e----. Gusto kong magpadala ng email. G-s-o k-n- m-g-a-a-a n- e-a-l- ------------------------------ Gusto kong magpadala ng email. 0
Is there a computer here? Ma---on--an- kompyu--- d--o? Mayroon bang kompyuter dito? M-y-o-n b-n- k-m-y-t-r d-t-? ---------------------------- Mayroon bang kompyuter dito? 0
I need a pen. Ka-la--an-k-----pa-u-at. Kailangan ko ng panulat. K-i-a-g-n k- n- p-n-l-t- ------------------------ Kailangan ko ng panulat. 0
I want to write something. M---g---- -k-ng i--l-t. May gusto akong isulat. M-y g-s-o a-o-g i-u-a-. ----------------------- May gusto akong isulat. 0
Is there a sheet of paper and a pen here? Mayroon ---- piraso-- --p-l at -an-la- --t-? Mayroon bang pirasong papel at panulat dito? M-y-o-n b-n- p-r-s-n- p-p-l a- p-n-l-t d-t-? -------------------------------------------- Mayroon bang pirasong papel at panulat dito? 0

Machine Translations

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