Tagalog At


Tumawag si Mary at si John.

Mary and John called.

Kakanta at sasayaw si John.

John will sing and dance.

At may be shortened to ‘t if the preceding word ends in a vowel or /n/ (‘t replaces /n/).

maganda at matalino

maganda’t matalino

pretty and smart

mayaman at matalino

mayama’t matalino

rich and smart

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