Nanghina ba ang loob ni Sarah at sumuko?

Tagalog example sentence for Sumuko

Example sentence for the Tagalog word sumuko, meaning: [verb] to give up; to surrender.

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Nanghi ba ang loób ni Sarah at sumu?
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Did Sarah become discouraged and give up?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Nanghina ba ang loob ni Sarah at sumuko?
Nanghi ba ang loób ni Sarah at sumu ?
weakened an article used to indicate a question with no equivalent in English the will a word placed before a proper noun and gave up
Did Sarah become discouraged and give up?

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