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Conversational Ilonggo: Short Queries

Posted on: September 12, 2009

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What:   a-NO

Where:  di-IN

When:  SAN-o

Why:  NGA-a

How:  pa-Ano

How many:  pi-LA / pi-LA ka BI-log / a-NO ka DA-mo^

How much:  pi-La / tag-pi-LA

How long (length):  a-NO ka LA-ba^

How long (length of time):  a-NO ka DU-gay

3 Responses to "Conversational Ilonggo: Short Queries"

For the people of this land, and of all nations, that we may be guided in the ways of justice and peace; We pray to The Lord;
Can anybody translate to illonggo please!

Hello Amor,

For the people of this land, and of all nations, that we may be guided in the ways of justice and peace; We pray to The Lord;

The Ilonggo or Hiligaynon translation may be loosely as follows (rather formal because of its religious context):

Sa mga katawhan sini nga duta, kag sa tanan-tanan nga kapungsuran, nga hinaut unta kita magaubayan sa dalan sang hustisya kag katawhayan; ginapangamuyo naton ini sa Gino-o;

Thank you very much highly appreciated!

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