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Useful Tagalog Phrases 3 - SEAsite - Southeast Asian ...
Counting (Cardinal) Numbers. Tagalog counting numbers basically follow either the Malay or Spanish root words. It is more common to hear Filipinos (even non-Tagalog speakers) use the Spanish-based counting numbers in telling time (e.g., ala una ng hapon) and ocassionally when counting money (e.g., dies mil pesos). However, Tagalog speakers often use the Malay-based counting numbers with ...

Tagalog Phrases - Quick Online Learning
Tagalog Phrases. The Tagalog phrases are helpful because they are used daily. Below we picked expressions that a new learner will find useful. We included the audio as well. This is a better way to learning.

Learn Tagalog - Basics - Learn Languages Online for Free
A list of Basic Tagalog words and phrases translated into English.

Filipino Names: List of Popular Names in the Philippines
The Tagalog for the English word “name” is pangalan.. Anong pangalan mo? What’s your name? Most Filipinos prefer Spanish and English names for their children.

Filipino Phrases - Learn Languages - Grammar and Vocabulary
This page contains a course in Filipino phrases and daily expressions as well as a list of other lessons in grammar topics and common words in Filipino also called Filipino.

Ilocano or Ilokano: Language of the Philippines - TAGALOG LANG
Ilocano is a language very distinct from Tagalog.Variously spelled as Ilocano, Ilokano, Ilukano, Ilucano, Iluko, Iloco or Iloko, it is the third most-spoken language in the Philippines.. The ancestors of the Ilocano people arrived in the Philippines by viray or bilog, meaning ‘boat’.The word Ilokano comes from i-(‘from’) and looc (‘bay’). The Ilocanos are ‘people of the bay.’

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기본회화. 필리핀어를 압니까? Marunong ka bang Tagalog? 조굼입니다. Kaunti lang. 가능합니다. Puwede. 불가능합니다.

 

 

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Child actor asks Sid Lucero why he wants to kill Cardo
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“Kulay Lila” followed “Balangiga” in that day's gala screening in the ongoing QCinema International Film Festival. “Anong pangalan mo?” Lucero, half-smiling, asked the defiant boy. Without the customary Filipino expression “po,” Samson told Lucero his ...


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The Actor for All Seasons
Philippine Star
Another guideline: “Kung ano ang kailangan mong gawin ngayon, gawin mo na para bukas may magawa ka pang iba.” I'm not sure if he still ... “Maski hindi mo ilagay ang pangalan ko, okey lang sa akin. For me ... Perhaps Tony and young actors like him will ...


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Movie review: '100 Tula Para Kay Stella' resonates with millennials
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For this festival, this film is the only one that fits in that genre that many mainstream Filipino moviegoers can't seem to get tired of, despite having a new one almost every week. So far, in the mall I was in this afternoon, this was the only film ...


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Senators grill NFA over dwindling-stock panic, gaps in buying practices, rice smuggling
InterAksyon
“Hindi ko maintindihan ano ang reason mo sa presscon na wala na tayong NFA rice? Di ba dapat pag wala kang buffer stock, manahimik ka ang silently do your work. Nagpa-panic mga tao, akala nila wala nang rice sa Pilipinas [I don't see the point in your ...

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National ID System, napapanahon na!
Pang-Masa
Wala nang makakapigil pa at maipapatupad na sa taong ito ang National ID System. At sa sandaling maging ganap na itong batas, dito na kikilos ang gobyerno para palitan sa iisang national ID ang ibat-ibang identification card na tangan ng ating mga ...

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Matandang Tinali (182)
Pang-Masa
“Abutin mo ang lubid. Pero bago ka umakyat, mangako ka ulit na makikipagtulungan sa amin. Mabuti nang maliwanag ang usapan. Kapag nagtraidor ka, matutuluyan ka na.'' “Opo. Nangangako ako na makikipagtulungan sa inyo para mahuli si Joemari at ...


Matandang Tinali (114)
Pang-Masa
''Pero wala sa hitsura mo na matandang tinali, Dong.'' ''Talaga? Thanks Joy.'' ''Mabuti nga pala at hindi ka napasubo sa babaing yun. Baka kung ano ang gawin sa'yo.'' “Oo nga. Baka ubusin lang ang mga pinundar ko.'' ''Oo tiyak yun. Sanay na sanay siguro sa ... ''Mabuti at natapos ang kasamaan nila.'' “Oo nga. Pero masakit ang ginawa sa akin ng babaing yun. Nahulog kasi ang loob ko.'' “Mabuti nga sa'yo ganun lang e ako talagang winalanghiya ng lalaking pinagkatiwalaan ko.'' “Anong pangalan ng lalaki?''.


PAGASA inilabas na ang mga pangalan ng bagyo ng 2018
Pang-Masa
Kung sakaling humigit pa sa 20 ang bagyong papasok sa bansa ay nagtala din ng iba pang pangalan ang PAGASA na maaari ding gamiting pangalan sa dagdag na mga bagyo tulad ng Agila, Bagwis, Chito, Diego, Elena, Fileno, Gunding, Harriet, Inday at ...

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Ibig sabihin ng Wi-Fi?
Pang-Masa
Ano ang kahulugan ng salitang ito? Ayon sa WebSpot ng Digital Marketing ... Pagkatapos gamitin ng Wi-Fi Alliance ang pangalan at logo nito, hindi naman nila ito itinu-ring na daglat o pinaikling bersiyon ng isang salita. Simpleng wala lang silang paliwanag ...


Malinis na pangalan, binahiran ng kawatan!
Pang-Masa
PANGALAN ang pinakamahalagang bahagi ng pagkatao ng isang indibidwal. Dahil dito, madaling malalaman ang iyong pagkakakilanlan. Paano na lamang kung paggising mo isang umaga may bahid na palang masama ang pinaka-iniingatan mong ...

 

 

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