These two kids are comparing daily earnings by the Centennial Tree. They count the coins given by tourists whom they give short factoids about Camiguin to. For a price, of course.
“Bai,”, one starts, “Murag dili na jud ko makapasar ug Grade Two ani. Ubos kayo akong grades karong Third Quarter.” (Friend, I don’t think I’m going to pass Second grade. My grades are really low this Third Quarter.)
“Okay ra na, Bai”, the other answers. “Mas dato na bitaw ka nako ron. “ (That’s okay, friend. You’re richer than me now, anyways.)