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Discussion in 'Tagalog and Filipino Languages' started by LatinRainbow, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. LatinRainbow Senior Member

    español
    Hi you all, :)
    I have another question.
    Can I say "Ako rin" just to agree with what someone else is saying?
    Is it correct that way or is there another term to mean "me too"?
    Thanks in advance...
     
  2. VAUGHN_RAIN Junior Member

    PHILIPPINES
    PHILIPPINES-TAGALOG/CHAVACANO/VISAYAN/ENGLISH
    Yes!
    Ako rin/din is me too
     
  3. LatinRainbow Senior Member

    español
    Thanks...
    Could it be applied to "ikaw" and "sila" the same way?
    Suppose I'm preparing a team and then realize I'll need some other persons to come.
    So I say: This group comes with me, and "you too", etc.
    It works in this case?
     
  4. kenshin New Member

    PHILIPPINES
    philippines (filipino english)
    yes. same thing applies. you can say "sila rin/din" or "ikaw din/rin". "din/rin" is the tagalog counterpart of "too" in english
     
  5. LatinRainbow Senior Member

    español
    Great, maraming salamat... :thumbsup:
     
  6. mataripis Senior Member

    Gayon din ako!/Ganyan din ako/ganoon din naman ako.
     

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