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Past tense of modal verbs 1

87 [eighty-seven]

Past tense of modal verbs 1

Past tense of modal verbs 1

87 [walumpu’t pito]


Past tense of modal verbs 1

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We had to water the flowers. Ka------- n----- d------ a-- m-- b-------. Kailangan nating diligan ang mga bulaklak. 0 +
We had to clean the apartment. Ka------- n----- l------ a-- a--------. Kailangan nating linisin ang apartment. 0 +
We had to wash the dishes. Ka------- n----- m------- n- p------. Kailangan naming maghugas ng pinggan. 0 +
Did you have to pay the bill? Ka------- n-- b--- b------ a-- b------? Kailangan nyo bang bayaran ang bayarin? 0 +
Did you have to pay an entrance fee? Ka------- n-- b--- m------- b--- p------? Kailangan nyo bang magbayad bago pumasok? 0 +
Did you have to pay a fine? Ka------- n-- b--- m------- n- m----? Kailangan nyo bang magbayad ng multa? 0 +
Who had to say goodbye? Si-- a-- d---- n--------? Sino ang dapat nagpaalam? 0 +
Who had to go home early? Si-- a-- d---- u---- n- m----? Sino ang dapat umuwi ng maaga? 0 +
Who had to take the train? Si-- a-- d---- s------ n- t---? Sino ang dapat sumakay ng tren? 0 +
We did not want to stay long. Ay-- n----- m-------. Ayaw naming magtagal. 0 +
We did not want to drink anything. Ay-- n----- u-----. Ayaw naming uminom. 0 +
We did not want to disturb you. Ay-- n---- m-----------. Ayaw namin mang-istorbo. 0 +
I just wanted to make a call. Gu--- k- p- l--- t------ s- t-------. Gusto ko pa lang tumawag sa telepono. 0 +
I just wanted to call a taxi. Gu--- k--- t------ n- t---. Gusto kong tumawag ng taxi. 0 +
Actually I wanted to drive home. G---- k- n--- u---- s- t---- l---. Gusto ko nang umuwi sa totoo lang. 0 +
I thought you wanted to call your wife. Ak--- k- g---- m--- t------ a-- a---- m-. Akala ko gusto mong tawagan ang asawa mo. 0 +
I thought you wanted to call information. Ak--- k- g---- m--- t------ s- i----------. Akala ko gusto mong tumawag sa impormasyon. 0 +
I thought you wanted to order a pizza. Ak--- k- g---- m--- u------ n- p----. Akala ko gusto mong umorder ng pizza. 0 +

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