Bihira niya akong hingan ng opinyon.

Tagalog example sentence for Hingan

Example sentence for the Tagalog word hingan, meaning: [verb] to ask someone; to ask for something from someone; to request something from someone.

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Bihi niyá akóng hingán ng opinyón.
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She rarely asks for my opinion.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Bihira niya akong hingan ng opinyon.
Bihi niyá akóng hingán ng opinyón .
rarely he / she / it me ask for from someone an opinion
She rarely asks for my opinion.

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