Where do you live in bisaya?

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Tom Cody asked 2 months ago

How do you say "Where do you live" in bisaya/cebuano?

1 Answers
khen answered 2 months ago

The bisaya/cebuano translation of “Where do you live?” is “Asa ka gapuyo?” or “Aha ka gapuyo?“.

  • Asa ka gapuyo? (pronounced as Ah-sah kah gah-pu-yuh?)
  • Aha ka gapuyo? (Ah-hah kah gah-pu-yuh?)

Example sentences using “Where do you live” in bisaya translation:

  • I live in Canada. How about you? Where do you live? – “Gapuyo kos Canada. Ikaw? Asa ka gapuyo.”
  • Where do you live? Can I visit you there? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Pwede ka na nako mabisita dinha?”
  • Where do you live? Can I visit you there in your country? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Pwede ko mubisita dinha sa inyong nasud?”
  • Where do you live? How can I go there in your place? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Unsaon nako pag-anha sa inyong lugar?”
  • Where do you live? What jeepney or vehicle should I get to go there? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Unsay sakyang nako paingon dinha?”
  • Where do you live? What country are you from? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Asa ka nga nasud gagikan?”
  • Where do you live? I want to go there. – “Asa ka gapuyo? Gusto ko muanha dinha.”
  • Where do you live? I want to marry you there in your country. – “Asa ka gapuyo? Ug gusto ka nakong minyuan dinha sa inyong nasud.”
  • Where do you live? Is your place safe? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Safe ba inyong lugar?”
  • Where do you live? You have a beautiful country. – “Asa ka gapuyo? Nindot inyong nasud.”
  • Where do you live? I will spend my vacation there for 1 month. – “Asa ka gapuyo? Dinha ko mubakasyon ug usa ka bulan.”
  • Where do you live? Are there terrorists in your place? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Niay mga terrorista dinha sa inyong lugar?”
  • Where do you live? In Philippines? I’ve been there 2 years ago. – “Asa ka gapuyo? Sa Pilipinas? Nakaanha ko dinha mga 2 ka tuig na ming-agi.”
  • Where do you live? Who is the President of your country? – “Asa ka gapuyo? Kinsay presidente sa inyong nasud?”