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Gugustuhin pa ni Rose na mamatay kaysa magpakasal kay George.

Tagalog example sentence for Kaysa


Example sentence for the Tagalog word kaysa, meaning: [preposition/conjunction] than (variations: ke``sa, kaysa``); compared to.

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Gúgustuhín pa ni Rose na mamatáy kaysa magpakasál kay George.
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Rose would rather die than marry George.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Gugustuhin pa ni Rose na mamatay kaysa magpakasal kay George.
Gúgustuhín pa ni Rose na mamatáy kaysa magpakasál kay George .
will like more by grammatically, a word that can be used to connect two words to die than get married to
Rose would rather die than marry George.

There are 9 other example sentences using the word kaysa or its variants.
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