Are you from Cebu?
Can you translate this to Cebuano for me..please..please..
"I thought we are going to ignore them?"
Thank you so much..
sure! it can be translated in many ways but i think this translation suits more.
"I thought we are going to ignore them?" --- "Abi nako'g dili na nato sila tagdon?"
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