Hindi ko naramdaman ang lamig noong Enero.

Tagalog example sentence for Noon

Example sentence for the Tagalog word noon, meaning: [adverb] when (for past events); back when; back in (date/time period); at that time; last; prior; back then; during; previously; formerly; of that.

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Hindî ko naramdamán ang lamíg noóng Enero.
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I didn't feel the coldness last January.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Hindi ko naramdaman ang lamig noong Enero.
Hindî ko naramdamán ang lamíg noóng Enero .
didn't I feel the coldness last January
I didn't feel the coldness last January.

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