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Question: Difference between "kaya" and "kung kaya"?

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Author Photo by: quarter
May 24 2021, 10:42am CST ~ 2 mos., 5 days ago. 
Question: Difference between "kaya" and "kung kaya"?
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Author Photo Bituingmaykinang
May 24 2021, 1:14pm CST ~ 2 mos., 5 days ago. 
This will need context
 
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Author Photo quarter
May 24 2021, 5:05pm CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
"Iisa lang ang wika noong unang panahon kaya’t walang suliranin sa pakikipagtalastasan ang tao."
"Pangunahing pangangailangan din ng tao ang wika kung kaya’t naimbento ito ng tao."
 
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Author Photo PinoyTaj Badge: SupporterBadge: Serious Supporter
May 24 2021, 7:55pm CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
@quarter they both just mean “ so “ in English. 👍🏼
 
They could also mean “hence” here .
 
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Author Photo quarter
May 25 2021, 5:16am CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
@PinoyTaj I was thinking tho there might be a subtle difference?
 
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May 25 2021, 8:43am CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
@PinoyTaj
"Iisa lang ang wika noong unang panahon kaya’t walang suliranin sa pakikipagtalastasan ang tao." "Pangunahing pangangailangan din ng tao ang wika kung kaya’t naimbento ito ng tao."
 
@quarter
 
"Iisa lang ang wika noong unang panahon kaya’t walang suliranin sa pakikipagtalastasan ang tao."
 
Once upon a time there was only one language so people had no problem communicating.
 

"Pangunahing pangangailangan din ng tao ang wika kung kaya’t naimbento ito ng tao."
 
Language is also a primary need of humans so(hence)(therefore) humans invented it .
 
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Author Photo nikkidlp
May 25 2021, 10:06am CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
The usage is the same, there's barely a difference. Maybe something like, kaya = so, kung kaya = and so.
 
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Author Photo quarter
May 25 2021, 11:55am CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
I know I already asked about "kaya't" here on the forums, but I never really got the answer about how that too is used differently from the regular "kaya".
 
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Author Photo PinoyTaj Badge: SupporterBadge: Serious Supporter
May 25 2021, 11:59am CST ~ 2 mos., 4 days ago. 
@quarter
I know I already asked about "kaya't" here on the forums, but I never really got the answer about how that too is used differently from the regular "kaya".
 
@quarter I would recommend having a teacher explain it.
 
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Author Photo nikkidlp
May 26 2021, 1:16am CST ~ 2 mos., 3 days ago. 
@quarter Kaya't is just a contraction of "kaya at"; this is like saying "and so". Kung kaya and kaya't is just a more empathic way of saying kaya.
 
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Author Photo Pagkakawanggawa
Jun 29 2021, 2:27am CST ~ 4 weeks ago. 
Sad to say, but the subtle difference is more felt than explained in this case. Understanding comes from lots of exposure in this specific example
 
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