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08:26 Oct 24, 2002
English to Tagalog translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Where are you
Where are you ?
ankur
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Summary of answers provided
5Nasaan ka?
Dia Alibo
5Doko ni imasu ka?
Dia Alibo


  

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Doko ni imasu ka?


Explanation:
Doko means where.

ni - is a marker for location.

imasu - polite non-past tense form for IRU - the existential verb meaning "to exist". Iru is used when what exists is animate.

ka - signifies that the sentence is a question.


Dia Alibo
Philippines
Local time: 17:55
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2 days4 hrs   confidence: Answerer confidence 5/5
Nasaan ka?


Explanation:
oops. I am sorry. I thought it was an english to japanese query.

anyway, in tagalog that sentence would read: Nasaan ka?

Nasaan - where
ka - you

Dia Alibo
Philippines
Local time: 17:55
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