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sahaja and hanya

As far as I know, both mean "only", but I think it's a bit different in usage. Could I get some examples of them? And Please explain them to me how different they are.


Thanks in advance.^^

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Base language: English
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    Hi,
    I hope this will help you :)

    Saya hanya ada RM 2.00 dalam tangan (I only have RM 2.00 in my hand) - You can use "hanya" after subject/before subject....

    Teksi ini menerima 2 penumpang sahaja (This taxi will take 2 persons only) - and for "sahaja" normally will be placed in the end of the sentence....

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