Nis ey ke [this is what] which is pretty much mean “what is this” Use when ask about a particular object or a situation u face. Ey ke neng? [what’s that] Ah neng ey ke: [This one is what?] which basically also mean “what’s this” but mostly use when ask about an object only. “Ey ke neng” also mean [what was that] when u question ur doubts about sth. 😊This is how we say it in casual way dat u will hear people speak as an everyday thing not formal
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