Pagbigyan mo naman ako.

Tagalog example sentence for Naman

Example sentence for the Tagalog word naman, meaning: [enclitic] also; too; really; so; likewise; anyway; actually; rather; instead; on the other hand; in turn; in contrast; how about; now as for; please; again (na naman); * can imply change of some sort, or emphasis, or reproach/frustration.

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Pagbigyán mo namán akó.
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Please give me some slack. / Please oblige me.

Sentence Literal Translation:

Pagbigyan mo naman ako.
Pagbigyán mo namán akó .
to oblige you please me
Please give me some slack. / Please oblige me.

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