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What’s I need you in Bisaya?


What’s the bisaya (cebuano) translation of “I need you.”


"I need you" is "Kinahanglan ka nako." Pronounced as "Kih-nah-hang-lahn kah nah-kuh"

Example in sentences:

I need you to be my wife. ("Kinahanglan ka nako nga maasawa".)

I need you to go there. ("Kinahanglan ka nako nga makaadto ka.")

I need you to pay the bills. ("Kinahanglan nga ikaw mubayad sa bayronon.")

I need you to get the kids. ("Kinahanglan ikaw mukuha sa mga bata.")

I need you when I’m lonely. ("Kinahanglan ka nako sa panahon sa akong kamingaw ko.")


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"What’s I need you in Bisaya?" was written by Mary under the Bisaya-Cebuano category. It has been read 1777 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 21 September 2018.
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