Counterpart of Galapong in English & Sample Sentences
GALAPONG IN ENGLISH – Here is a guide on the English counterpart of the word “galapong”.
In this article, we will review the meaning of the word “galapong”. We will also discover its counterpart in the English language.
What is “galapong”?
Galapong is a Tagalog term that refers to glutinous rice flour that has been ground. It is usually used in making Filipino delicacies.
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What is “galapong” in English?
After knowing about the exact meaning of the word, surely many of us want to know the English translation of the word galapong.
Galapong in English = Rice Flour
Mga halimbawa ng mga pangungusap na gumagamit ng salitang galapong:
1. Nilagyan mo ba ng galapong ang niluluto mo para sa pagdiriwang sa bahay nina Ken mamaya?
2. Bakit ayaw na ayaw mo ng mga pagkaing may galapong?
3. Marunong ka bang gumawa ng galapong dahil kakailanganin natin sa ating lulutuin mamaya?
4. Bumili ka ng isang kilo ng galapong sa tindahan, isang boteng mantika, at saka kinudkud na niyog.
5. Nakalimutan ni Anjo na dalhin ang galapong kaya huminto muna sila sa tindahan at bumili na lang ulit.
Examples of sentences using the word rice flour:
1. Marcus asked Jemimah to buy some rice flour because he would cook some Filipino delicacies for their visitors.
2. Bring two (2) kilos of rice flour, a small pack of baking soda, and a small sachet of sesame seeds for the baking contest.
3. Cindy was surprised that Genilyn was able to pull it off despite that they forgot the rice flour needed for the cake.
4. Did you buy some rice flour for the baking session with the kids later?
5. Jericho was surprised by the amount of rice flour that Carlo used in making the muffins he brought to the party.
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