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en To want something   »   tl may gusto na isang bagay

71 [seventy-one]

To want something

To want something

71 [pitumpu’t isa]

may gusto na isang bagay

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What do you want to do? A-on----st- niy-? A____ g____ n____ A-o-g g-s-o n-y-? ----------------- Anong gusto niyo? 0
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? Na-- --o -ang-ma--aro n--s-----? N___ n__ b___ m______ n_ s______ N-i- n-o b-n- m-g-a-o n- s-c-e-? -------------------------------- Nais nyo bang maglaro ng soccer? 0
Do you want to visit friends? N-i- ny-----g---s--ah-n---g--g- --i---an ---o? N___ n__ b___ b________ a__ m__ k_______ n____ N-i- n-o b-n- b-s-t-h-n a-g m-a k-i-i-a- n-y-? ---------------------------------------------- Nais nyo bang bisitahin ang mga kaibigan niyo? 0
to want g---o g____ g-s-o ----- gusto 0
I don’t want to arrive late. Ay--o-g-h-lin----m--ing. A______ h_____ d________ A-o-o-g h-l-n- d-m-t-n-. ------------------------ Ayokong huling dumating. 0
I don’t want to go there. A-o---g-pu--n-a A______ p______ A-o-o-g p-m-n-a --------------- Ayokong pumunta 0
I want to go home. G---- ko -a-g--m--i. G____ k_ n___ u_____ G-s-o k- n-n- u-u-i- -------------------- Gusto ko nang umuwi. 0
I want to stay at home. G--t--kon- m--a---i-sa -ahay. G____ k___ m_______ s_ b_____ G-s-o k-n- m-n-t-l- s- b-h-y- ----------------------------- Gusto kong manatili sa bahay. 0
I want to be alone. G---- -o-- --pa--is-. G____ k___ m_________ G-s-o k-n- m-p-g-i-a- --------------------- Gusto kong mapag-isa. 0
Do you want to stay here? Gu--- -o-d-t-n- manatili? G____ m_ d_____ m________ G-s-o m- d-t-n- m-n-t-l-? ------------------------- Gusto mo ditong manatili? 0
Do you want to eat here? G-sto-m--d-t-ng -uma-n? G____ m_ d_____ k______ G-s-o m- d-t-n- k-m-i-? ----------------------- Gusto mo ditong kumain? 0
Do you want to sleep here? Gusto m--di-ong ma--log? G____ m_ d_____ m_______ G-s-o m- d-t-n- m-t-l-g- ------------------------ Gusto mo ditong matulog? 0
Do you want to leave tomorrow? Na-- -o -ang bu----u---i-? N___ m_ b___ b____ u______ N-i- m- b-n- b-k-s u-a-i-? -------------------------- Nais mo bang bukas umalis? 0
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? N--- m---a---ma--ti-------g--g -----? N___ m_ b___ m_______ h_______ b_____ N-i- m- b-n- m-n-t-l- h-n-g-n- b-k-s- ------------------------------------- Nais mo bang manatili hanggang bukas? 0
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? N--- mo----g --k-- p- --ba--r-n a-- --a --y-ri-? N___ m_ b___ b____ p_ b________ a__ m__ b_______ N-i- m- b-n- b-k-s p- b-b-y-r-n a-g m-a b-y-r-n- ------------------------------------------------ Nais mo bang bukas pa babayaran ang mga bayarin? 0
Do you want to go to the disco? Gu--o-ny- b----p-m-n-a-s---isko? G____ n__ b___ p______ s_ d_____ G-s-o n-o b-n- p-m-n-a s- d-s-o- -------------------------------- Gusto nyo bang pumunta sa disko? 0
Do you want to go to the cinema? Gus-o--yo b--g-----nta -----n-han? G____ n__ b___ p______ s_ s_______ G-s-o n-o b-n- p-m-n-a s- s-n-h-n- ---------------------------------- Gusto nyo bang pumunta sa sinehan? 0
Do you want to go to a café? G-s-o-ny- ba-g---m-----s- ca-é? G____ n__ b___ p______ s_ c____ G-s-o n-o b-n- p-m-n-a s- c-f-? ------------------------------- Gusto nyo bang pumunta sa café? 0

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