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Mas mahirap magturo sa mga bata kaysa sa mga matatanda.

Tagalog example sentence for Kaysa


Example sentence for the Tagalog word kaysa, meaning: [preposition/conjunction] than (variations: ke``sa, kaysa``); compared to.

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Mas mahirap magtu sa mga ba kaysa sa mga matatandâ.
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It is more difficult to teach children than adults.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Mas mahirap magturo sa mga bata kaysa sa mga matatanda.
Mas mahirap magtu sa mga ba kaysa sa mga matatandâ .
more difficult to teach to used to make plurals, no direct English translation child than to used to make plurals, no direct English translation old people
It is more difficult to teach children than adults.

There are 9 other example sentences using the word kaysa or its variants.
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