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Tagalog language - Wikipedia
Tagalog (/ t ə ˈ ɡ ɑː l ɒ ɡ /; Tagalog pronunciation: [tɐˈɡaːloɡ]) is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by a quarter of the population of the Philippines and as a second language by the majority. Its standardized form, officially named Filipino, is the national language of the Philippines, and is one of two official languages alongside English.

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 Numbers - Bright Blue Weather
Learning the Tagalog Numbers displayed below is vital to the language. Tagalog cardinal number convey the "how many" they're also known as "counting numbers," because they show quantity. Tagalog use a mixture of numeral, the Tagalog numerals, the Spanish numerals where some Spanish numerals are ...

How to Speak Tagalog: 6 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
How to Speak Tagalog. Learning to speak a few handy phrases and words in Tagalog, which is also called Filipino, just might save your life and make vacationing or living in the Philippines a lot easier.

Pito - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Pito puede referirse a: . Jean Pierre Guisel Costa "Pito", jugador de fútbol sala brasileño. Pitos de barro (silbatos de agua, juguete alfarero); Un silbato (instrumento de viento).; El pito rociero, otro instrumento de viento parecido a la flauta, pero menor y más sencillo.; El pito castellano, otro instrumento de viento parecido a la flauta tipo de Castilla

Bugtong - Wikipedia, ang malayang ensiklopedya
Ang bugtong, pahulaan, o patuturan ay isang pangungusap o tanong na may doble o nakatagong kahulugan na nilulutas bilang isang palaisipan (tinatawag ding palaisipan ang bugtong). May dalawang uri ang bugtong: mga talinghaga o enigma, bagaman tinatawag ding enigma ang bugtong, mga suliraning ipinapahayag sa isang metapora o ma-alegoryang wika na nangangailangan ng katalinuhan at maingat na ...

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.

TAGALOG LIST OF PHILIPPINE MEDICINAL PLANTS
The Philippine medicinal plant entrees now number over 450 and the separate lists of plants have been joined together into a Tagalog list and an English list for those plants with English designations. English names are included in the Tagalog lists for plants that do not have any local names.

Tagalog Phrases and Common Sentences - linguanaut.com
Useful information about Tagalog phrases, expressions and words used in the Philippines in Tagalog, or Filipino conversation and idioms, Tagalog greetings and survival phrases. Most of the sentences are used for the everyday life conversations, through them you can learn how to say specific sentences, so they might come handy if you memorize them - Linguanaut

Cinema of the Philippines - Wikipedia
The cinema of the Philippines (Filipino: Pelikulang Pilipino or Sine Pilipino) began with the introduction of the first moving pictures to the country on January 1, 1897 at the Salón de Pertierra in Manila.The following year, local scenes were shot on film for the first time by a Spaniard, Antonio Ramos, using the Lumiere Cinematograph.Early filmmakers and producers in the country were mostly ...

 

 

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Shared heritage: TaiwanFest 2018 celebrates ties binding Taiwanese and Filipinos through the ages
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A few years ago, a Manila-based newspaper noted in a report that the Amis, one of the Indigenous peoples of Taiwan, say lima for “five”, pito for “seven”, and mata for “eye”, as Filipinos do when they speak Tagalog, the national language of the ...

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Duterte leads 120th Independence Day celebration in Cavite
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The Chief Executive felt “honored and privileged” to lead national, provincial and local officials and members of the Diplomatic Corps “in honoring and remembering our forebears who fought for our sovereignty and established a Filipino nation that ...

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In the Filipino language, speaking and thinking in mathematical terms can be complicated. To illustrate, try asking in Filipino/Tagalog: what's 587 divided by 34? Ano ang limang daan at walongpu't pito na hinati sa tatlumpu't apat? The answer: about 17.26.


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Panlabing-Pito. Alam kong balang araw magiging tama,. 'Di man sa ngayon alam kong tinadhana,. Kakayanin, 'di biro, pero hahamakin lahat,. Maipaglaban lang ang pagibig na pinanghahawakan. Like Fidel (JC Santos), the stuttering hopeless romantic in 100 ...

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Taiwan's 'rock star' tribal folk share same ancestry with Filipinos
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TAIPEI—In communities of the indigenous Amis tribe across Taiwan, locals say lima for five, pito for seven and mata for eye, just like Filipinos. In southern Taiwan's Alishan mountain, the Tsou tribe calls the community's meeting hut a kuba ...


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Anabo and Legaspi wanted to name the restaurant "Three Seven," in part as a tribute to their cousin, nicknamed Pito-Pito ("Seven-Seven" in Tagalog), who was shot and killed last year — and because, like the winning hit on a slot machine, the cousins ...


FILM REVIEW: ANG BABAENG HUMAYO (The Woman Who Left)
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But since breaking into Filipino cinema – ironically with Mother Lily's pito-pito films which help to usher the independent film movement of the country –with Serafin Geronimo: Kriminal ng Barrio Concepcion in 1999 as his first film – Diaz has already ...

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32 defining moments in Philippine arts and culture since 1985
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In the late '80s, a language controversy erupted, rumblings of mostly Cebuano politicians who were against the Tagalog-based national language. Among ... In 1998, a festival of pito-pito movies was held, inaugurating the indie film movement in the country.

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Suicide bombing: 11 patay!
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“A driver of a 10-seater van who looked like a foreigner and cannot speak a local dialect, who could not even speak Tagalog, Yakan or English, was intercepted at Bulanting checkpoint. Cafgus held the driver for further questioning. Other Cafgus sought ... Pito naman ang mga nasugatan kabilang ang isang batang tinyente na si 1st Lt. Rojean Rodriguez, Corporal Romeo Tabun, Sgt. Reynante Escanyan, Pfc. Romeo Frias, Pfc. Jeffrey Martiso at dalawa pa. “Chief of Staff Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr. commends the vigilance ...

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An incomplete list of Filipino food terms
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Pork fat is revered by “wa-care” Filipino gourmands who insist that anything fried in it tastes better. These heathens are also adorers of pork chicharon (with a slab of fat) and chicharong bulaklak made of the intestines of the pig pulled inside-out ...

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