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"Where are you going?" in bisaya?

Question

May I know the bisaya/cebuano translation of "where are you going"?

Answer

"Where are you going?" is translated in bisaya/cebuano as:
"Asa ka mu-adto?" (pronounced as Ah-sa ka muh-ad-tuh?).
Another translation is "Asa ka paingon" (pronounced as Asa ka pa-i-ngon).
Example usage in sentences:

  • Where are you going? I’ll go with you. (Asa ka muadto? Mukuyog ko.)
  • Where are you going? I’ll be alone here. (Asa ka muadto? Ako ra isa diri..)
  • Where are you going? Will you leave me? (Asa ka muadto? Biyaan ko nimo?)
  • Where are you going? I’ll gonna miss you. (Asa ka muadto? Mingawon kaayo ko nimo.)
 

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""Where are you going?" in bisaya?" was written by Mary under the Bisaya-Cebuano category. It has been read 2259 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 21 September 2018.
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