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Author Photo by: SuperDop
Jun 14 2022, 6:39am CST ~ 2 weeks, 1 day ago. 
What does it mean when someone says:
 
"To visit him sa school. Shh ka nalang."
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Author Photo Jimmy329
Jun 14 2022, 6:52am CST ~ 2 weeks, 1 day ago. 
I think "ka na lang" means "just you" ... there is a nice song "akin ka na lang" which translates to "You just belong to me" .... maybe this helps ... I am not so sure if this translation is applicable in the context you found the phrase ... but mabye some native filipino speaker know better than me ...
 
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Author Photo Norvin
Jun 21 2022, 9:55am CST ~ 1 week, 1 day ago. 
Also not a native speaker, but I wonder whether this person is using "shh" as a verb--sort of like you can use "shush" as a verb in English, to say things like "she told me to shush". If that's what's going on, then the second sentence here means something like "Just shush".
 
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