Nagulat si Vincent nang makita niya ako.

Tagalog example sentence for Niya

Example sentence for the Tagalog word niya, meaning: [ng pronoun] he / she / it; his / hers / its; his / her / its; by him / by her; * gender neutral.

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Nagulat si Vincent nang makita niyá akó.
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Vincent was surprised when he saw me.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Nagulat si Vincent nang makita niya ako.
Nagulat si Vincent nang makita niyá akó .
was surprised a word placed before a proper noun when to see he / she / it me
Vincent was surprised when he saw me.

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