isangtao Oct 14 2021, 6:07am CST ~ 1 week, 4 days ago.
@Kersheys Hi, it is said before, this website is to learn how to speak Tagalog and understand the grammar, not for translation of sentences. But OK, the answer might be: kunin mo ang gusto mo [take as many as you want] or kunin mo hangga't gusto mo [take as much as you like]
Kersheys Oct 14 2021, 8:59am CST ~ 1 week, 4 days ago.
Thank you, I was not looking for translations, for a structure like "as much as" context and therefore example sentences must be provided. How is one to understand grammar without comparing what they know how to say in their L1 to how to say it properly in the desired language? I just feel you were slightly rude in your delivery but salamat mo po para sa iyong paglilinaw sa ang aking problema.
SiAko Oct 16 2021, 4:10pm CST ~ 1 week, 1 day ago.
@Kersheys "as many/ much as you can" = hanggang / hangga't sa (maka)kaya mo, thus: buy as many of them as you can = bilhin mo ang mga 'yon hanggang sa (maka)kaya mo; take as much as you can = kumuha ka hangga't sa (maka)kaya mo. Hope this helps.