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100 [one hundred]

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already – not yet na –-h-ndi--a n_ – h____ p_ n- – h-n-i p- ------------- na – hindi pa 0
Have you already been to Berlin? Na---u-t--k- n- ba-s--B----n? N________ k_ n_ b_ s_ B______ N-k-p-n-a k- n- b- s- B-r-i-? ----------------------------- Nakapunta ka na ba sa Berlin? 0
No, not yet. Hin-i- h--d- --- / H-ndi,-w--a p-. H_____ h____ p__ / H_____ w___ p__ H-n-i- h-n-i p-. / H-n-i- w-l- p-. ---------------------------------- Hindi, hindi pa. / Hindi, wala pa. 0
someone – no one ka----sino-–--a-ang -i-u-an k____ s___ – w_____ s______ k-h-t s-n- – w-l-n- s-n-m-n --------------------------- kahit sino – walang sinuman 0
Do you know someone here? May kil--a-------d-to? M__ k_____ k_ b_ d____ M-y k-l-l- k- b- d-t-? ---------------------- May kilala ka ba dito? 0
No, I don’t know anyone here. H--d-- w-l--a-ong-kil-la-g--ahi- -i------o. H_____ w___ a____ k_______ k____ s___ d____ H-n-i- w-l- a-o-g k-l-l-n- k-h-t s-n- d-t-. ------------------------------------------- Hindi, wala akong kilalang kahit sino dito. 0
a little longer – not much longer pa-–-wa-- na /--a-/ p--r---– -a---na p_ – w___ n_ / p_ / p_ r__ – w___ n_ p- – w-l- n- / p- / p- r-n – w-l- n- ------------------------------------ pa – wala na / pa / pa rin – wala na 0
Will you stay here a little longer? M----a---a -a----d-to? M______ k_ p_ b_ d____ M-t-g-l k- p- b- d-t-? ---------------------- Matagal ka pa ba dito? 0
No, I won’t stay here much longer. Hi--i--h---i-n-------ag-a--gal--- ----. H_____ h____ n_ a__ m_________ p_ d____ H-n-i- h-n-i n- a-o m-g-a-a-a- p- d-t-. --------------------------------------- Hindi, hindi na ako magtatagal pa dito. 0
something else – nothing else i-- p--–-wa---g iba i__ p_ – w_____ i__ i-a p- – w-l-n- i-a ------------------- iba pa – walang iba 0
Would you like to drink something else? G--to--o--a b- -g i--n- -numin? G____ m_ p_ b_ n_ i____ i______ G-s-o m- p- b- n- i-a-g i-u-i-? ------------------------------- Gusto mo pa ba ng ibang inumin? 0
No, I don’t want anything else. Hi-di, ay-k- na ng ka-----n-. H_____ a____ n_ n_ k____ a___ H-n-i- a-o-o n- n- k-h-t a-o- ----------------------------- Hindi, ayoko na ng kahit ano. 0
something already – nothing yet m--o--na-–-h-n----a m____ n_ – h____ p_ m-r-n n- – h-n-i p- ------------------- meron na – hindi pa 0
Have you already eaten something? K-ma---k--n- b-? K_____ k_ n_ b__ K-m-i- k- n- b-? ---------------- Kumain ka na ba? 0
No, I haven’t eaten anything yet. H-ndi, h-n----a -k--k------n. H_____ h____ p_ a__ k________ H-n-i- h-n-i p- a-o k-m-k-i-. ----------------------------- Hindi, hindi pa ako kumakain. 0
someone else – no one else i-----ta- - w-lan----a i____ t__ – w_____ i__ i-a-g t-o – w-l-n- i-a ---------------------- ibang tao – walang iba 0
Does anyone else want a coffee? Ma- ib--pa b-ng-m-y ---t---- --pe? M__ i__ p_ b___ m__ g____ n_ k____ M-y i-a p- b-n- m-y g-s-o n- k-p-? ---------------------------------- May iba pa bang may gusto ng kape? 0
No, no one else. Hi--i- -a-a --. H_____ w___ n__ H-n-i- w-l- n-. --------------- Hindi, wala na. 0

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