Kunwari wala siyang alam.

Tagalog example sentence for Kunwari

Example sentence for the Tagalog word kunwari, meaning: 1.) [adjective] pretend; theoretically; in pretense; false; fake; make believe; 2.) [adverb] in a pretending way; falsely; 3.) [expression] let's assume; let's say; let's pretend.

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Kunwa walâ siyáng alám.
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He pretended he didn't know.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Kunwari wala siyang alam.
Kunwa walâ siyáng alám .
pretend nothing he / she / it know
He pretended he didn't know.

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