Ayaw mo bang tumayo?

Tagalog example sentence for Tumayo

Example sentence for the Tagalog word tumayo, meaning: [verb] to stand; to stand up; to rise; to position oneself.

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Ayaw mo bang tumayô?
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Don't you want to stand up?

Sentence Literal Translation:

Ayaw mo bang tumayo?
Ayaw mo bang tumayô ?
do not want you a word to indicate the statement is a question + ligature na / -ng to stand up
Don't you want to stand up?

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