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Explanation: ayos ka pa is ungrammatical. Shouldn't it be 'naayos mo na' (have you arranged/fixed it?) or 'ayos ka na?' (a colloquial way of saying 'are you all right? are things fine with you? have things been arranged for you?)
ayos - from 'maayos', meaning orderly, arranged, fixed
ka - you
pa - yet, still
bilingual or should I stay octalingual
Marcus Malabad Canada Local time: 07:26 Native speaker of: English, Tagalog PRO pts in pair: 4