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List of loanwords in Tagalog - Wikipedia
The Tagalog language has developed a unique vocabulary since its inception from its Austronesian roots. According to lexographer Jose Villa Panganiban, "of the 30,000 root words in the Tagalog language, there are close to 4,000 from Spanish, 3,000 from Malay, 2,000 from English, 2,000 from both Hokkien and Yue Chinese dialects, 300 from Tamil and Sanskrit, 200 from Arabic, 10 percent of ...

Hanggang Dito Na Lamang At Maraming Salamat (Tagalog Audio)
Fidel is a "closet" gay and Julie is a flaming "queen" but they are bosom buddies. Fidel has been paying for the education of young Efren but is unable to confess his love for him - until events conspire for him to do so with painful consequences.

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 ...

Thank You in Tagalog - Speaking Tagalog
My parents have brought us up to be thankful for everything we have. To say thank you in Tagalog to friends, relatives and others if they merit it, the phrase “maraming salamat” which means, “thanks a lot!” can be used.

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.

KAPAMPANGAN: Tagalog to English: Dictionary Online
Note that Kapampangan is NOT a mere dialect. It is a language very distinct from Tagalog.To give you an idea of how different they are, consider the following. Tagalog: Huwag mong kainin. Kapampangan: Eme kanan. English: Don’t eat it.

How to say Thank you in Tagalog - Speaking Tagalog
In the Philippines the word “salamat” is used when someone wants to say “thank you.” Thank you is usually said to show that one is grateful (pasasalamat) or is appreciatiative.

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

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.

The 10 Basic Tagalog Words to Know
If you need to learn just ten basic Tagalog words to get by, here’s a list of useful phrases to impress your Filipino friends with. Opo. Salamat.

 

 

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Salamat po! Meghan Markle makes Filipino fan's day by thanking them in native language
Express.co.uk
And as Meghan shook their hand, the bride-to-be added: “Salamat po,” which means “thank you” in Tagalog. A shocked Mrs Ulay was clearly touched by Meghan's effort and politely replied: “Salamat.” Mrs Ulay posted the video on her Facebook page, which ...
'Salamat po!': Meghan Markle makes a fan's day with her language skillsEmirates Woman
How does Meghan Markle know 'salamat po'? The answer involves adoboGMA News
Salamat po! Filipino fans left delighted after Meghan Markle thanked them in their native language during her recent ...Daily Mail
Metro -Mirror.co.uk -hellomagazine.com -Evening Standard
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'Salamat po!' Watch Meghan Markle thank fan in Filipino
ABS-CBN News
Prince Harry and his fiancée, actress Meghan Markle, were given a warm welcome by their fans in Edinburgh, Scotland last week. But a Filipino couple who was part of the crowd was even more surprised when Markle socialized with them. In this video by ...
Where Did Meghan Markle Learn to Speak in Filipino?Inquirer.net
Meghan Markle Speaks Filipino to Well-Wishers Visiting from the PhilippinesTownandCountrymag.com
Meghan Markle spoke Filipino to a fan and, is there anything she can't do?Cosmopolitan
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Focus on the Philippines: Meghan Markle surprises Filipino fans with Tagalog
The National
Markle thanks the couple for coming out and as she walks away, also drops a quick “Salamat Po” which means “thank you” in Tagalog. This surprises Ulay, who responds excitedly with “Salamat” and seems to be a little overwhelmed by the whole interaction.
Do you know Meghan Markle's Philippines connection?Khaleej Times
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WATCH: Ed Sheeran tries Tagalog tongue-twister with Team Kramer
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Assisted by Doug, Kendra then sat down with Sheeran to teach him Tagalog phrases, with their corresponding English translations. Among them were: "Ang galing ko," "Mang-aawit ako," "Ang ganda mo," "Mahal ko kayo," and "Salamat." But the real challenge ...

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Seventeen on point in second Manila concert
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At one point, Seventeen greeted fans using Tagalog phrases including “Ako po si …” like S.Coups. “What's up, Manila?” said Seungkwan while Dino greeted, “Ako po si ... Despite being a while, I'm feeling comfortable because you guys all had fun ...


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SoKor envoy cites bravery of PH veterans in Korean War
pna.gov.ph
Expressing deep appreciation in behalf of the South Korean government, Han blurted out in Tagalogsalamat po” (thank you) for helping his beleaguered country at a time when it needed most, to the gallant men of PEFTOK, who repelled the invading forces ...


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Here are 7 encounters that prove Filipino customers are not always right
INQUIRER.net
“The customer is always right,” is an oft-quoted catchphrase that was originally coined in 1909 by Harry Gordon Selfridge, the founder of Selfridge's department store in London. In the business world, it is typically being used to remind business ...


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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle: Juicy facts, Filipino connection you need to know
Philippine Star
LONDON — The royal bells are ringing, and all eyes are on the soon to be wedded couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. As their wedding day draws nearer, people just cannot seem to get enough of these two lovebirds. While both seem to be a match ...


The Bangsamoro Organic Law: Everything you need to know
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For the past years, since martial law, the Muslims have been asking for self-determination," Cayamodin said. He added the MILF previously called for total independence when under the helm of its founder Salamat Hashim. When Hashim died in 2003, the ...

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Celine Dion tells Pinoys: "You guys are the best."
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... Live 2018 held last July 20, the Canadian singer spoke in Tagalog to express her gratitude for her Pinoy fans. Celine said, “It's my first time in the Philippines and it feels amazing. We finally made it. I'm very happy I'm here with all of you ...

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