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Buod ng Yunit I at II ng Hamaka IV

Sofia Grace Lopez Galve
Filipino IV

Mga Nilalaman

Yunit I
Aralin I Paalam sa Pagkabata 2
II Miliminas: Taong 0069 3
III PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim 4
IV Panambitan 5
V Babang-Luksa 6
VI Walang Sugat 7
VII Tata Selo 8

Yunit II
Aralin I Kay Estella Zeehandelaar 10
II Si Kesa at si Morito 11
III Aanhin Nino ‘Yan? 12
IV Plop! Click! 13
V Tahanan ng Isang Sugarol 14
VI Uhaw ang Tigang na Lupa 15
VII Tatalon 16

Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa Walang Sugat Tata Selo
Paalam sa Pagkabata Miliminas: Taong 0069 PAGISLAM: Ang Pagbibinyag ng mga Muslim Panambitan Babang-Luksa-------------------------------------------------

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