Ayaw mo bang sumama sa amin?

Tagalog example sentence for Amin

Example sentence for the Tagalog word amin, meaning: [sa pronoun] ours; our; us; (exclusive, i.e., including people speaking, but not including people spoken to); [noun] our place / house; admission of guilt; confession.

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Ayaw mo bang sumama sa amin?
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Don't you want to go with us?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ayaw mo bang sumama sa amin?
Ayaw mo bang sumama sa amin ?
do not want you An article used to form a question go with with us
Don't you want to go with us?

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