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Using ‘kay’ and ‘kina’

December 20, 2011

 

Kay (Singular)
Kina (Plural)
Meaning: to, for

Para kay (Singular) – Para kay JessyTo Jessy / For Jessy
Para kina (Plural) – Para kina Jessy at JennyTo Jessy and Jenny / For Jessy and Jenny

Ex:

Para kay Josie ito.
English: This is for Josie.

Para kina Luisa at Aina ito.
English: This is for Luisa and Aina.

Para kay Luisa itong mansanas at itong mga mangga ay kina Josie and Aina.
English: This apple is for Luisa and these mangoes are for Josie and Aina.

 

Other Examples:

Dumalaw siya kay Jenny.
English: He visited to Jenny.

Ito ay para kay Jessy.
English: This is for Jessy.

Ang gamit na yan ay kina Jessy at Jenny.
English: That thing own by Jessy and Jenny.

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