Learn How to Use the Connecting Term “Unless” in Samoan

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Se’iloga is the Samoan word for Unless.  


Se’iloga is usually at the latter part of the sentence and 

introduces new phrases but you’ll hear it in the beginning as 

well just like in English.  



E le mafai ona ou alu se’iloga matou feloa’i i le malae. 

I can’t go unless we meet at the park.



E le mafai ona ‘e alu i le faleola se’iloga i ai oe nisi tupe.

You can’t go to the store unless you have money.  


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