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Posted 12/7/07 , edited 4/13/08
Sayang!= What a waste!

kumain ka na= you eat yourself (hahaha!)

ang ganda mo= you're pretty

just kidding!= nagbibiro lang

you're a flirt!= ang landi mo bruha ka!

stop talking shit about me!= wag nyong pag-usapan ang tae ko



~thanks edsamac for reminding.^^ ~ayrizsh
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^ double posting... sadly, my mod powers fall short when it comes to the groups...

^ dobol posting... sayang at wa-peks ang "powers" ko pagdating sa mga "groups"....



dizaztrous wrote:

guys tanong ko lang poh - pips i just want o ask something
anu poh ang english ng BAYAD NGA PO ( sa jip ) - what is the english of this word ( BAYAD NGA PO )


There is no direct translation for "nga", since it's a word that simply adds emphasis. There is no translation for "po" either, since it's an honorific. So the more appropriate way to translate this statement is simply "Here's my fare."

Walang saktong tumutugma na salita sa pagsalin ng salitang "nga" dahil pa-epeks lang ang salitang iyan. Masasabi din natin 'to sa salitang "po", isang pagalang na salita. Dahil dito, marahil "Here's my fare" na lang ang higit na nararapat na pagsalin sa nabanggit na pananalita.


Vocabulary (Talasalitaan)
Pagsalin ~ translation
pa-epeks ~ effects... duh.
Pagalang ~ honorific, to give respect
Marahil ~ perhaps
Nararapat ~ appropriate
Pananalita ~ phrase or statement
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~a few i learn while cutting classes

dagitab-electricity
Dorado- dolphin
tabak- sword
ulam-viand
sumipi - quote
agham- science
talulot- petal
Tumpak- right!

atbp. atbp. - etc. etc.

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^ atbp. is more common than atb. Naalala niyo ba? Singing cooks and waitresses atbp. Nyahaha...


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Pumunta ka sa dagat at mangisda upang meyron tayong makain!

Translation: Go to the sea and fish for food so we can eat something!
Posted 12/8/07 , edited 4/13/08
para-stop
bahay-house
pinsan-cousin
ate-older sister
kuya-older brother
nanay-mother
tatay-father
loko-loko- mental
eskwelahan-school
aso-dog
pusa-cat

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pagkain- food
house- bahay
payong- umbrella
syota- gf/bf
asawa- wife/husband
tayo- us
ikaw- you
ako- me
mahal- love
hindi- no
opo- polite version of yes
oo- yes
ayaw- hate
laro- play
tanga- stupid
tara na- let's go
sayaw- dance
suntok- punch
sipa- kick
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salamat sa mga nagreply sking tanong . .n_n - thanks to those who replied to my question . .

Bayad nga po - hirs my fare
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Marunong ka ba magtagalog? - Do you know how to speak in tagalog?

Gusto mo ba matuto? - Do you want learn?
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Marunong akong mag-tagalog - I know how to speak tagalog

Gusto kong matuto. - I want to learn
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pasali naman ako! = i want to join!
kung ayaw nyo = if you dont want
eh di manahimik kaH! = then shut d hell up!

peace be with you everyone! = humayo kayo't magpakarami!
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aguhilya ------------hairpin
bakya ------------wooden shoes
arte ------------art
peste ------------pest
balani -----------attraction
angge -----------blowing rain / mist..........
alindog ------------beauty
alingasngas-------argument / scandal.......
akiro -----------asset / assets..............
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Let's start with everyday greetings

Magandang umaga po. (formal/polite) - Good morning
Magandang umaga. (informal) - Good morning

Magandang tanghali po. (formal/polite) - Good noon
Magandang tanghali. (informal) - Good noon

Magandang hapon po. (formal/polite) - Good afternoon
Magandang hapon. (informal) - Good afternoon

Magandang gabi po. (formal/polite) - Good evening
Magandang gabi. (informal) - Good evening

Kumusta po kayo? (formal/polite) - How are you?
Kumusta ka? (informal) - How are you?

Mabuti po naman. (formal/polite) - I'm fine
Mabuti naman. (informal) - I'm fine

Tuloy po kayo. (formal/polite) - Please, come in
Tuloy. (informal) - Please, come in

Salamat po. (formal/polite) - Thank you
Salamat. (informal) - Thank you

Maraming salamat po. (formal/polite) - Thank you very much
Maraming salamat. (informal) - Thank you very much

Wala pong anuman. (formal/polite) - You are welcome
Walang anuman. (informal) - You are welcome

Opo/ oho. (formal/polite) - Yes
Oo (informal) - Yes

Hindi po/ho (formal/polite) - No
Hindi (informal) - No

Hindi ko po/ho alam. (formal/polite) - I don't know
Hindi ko alam. (informal) - I don't know

Anong oras na po? (formal/polite) - What time is it?
Anong oras na? (informal) - What time is it?

Saan po kayo papunta? (formal/polite) - Where are you going?
Saan ka papunta? (informal) - Where are you going?

Saan po kayo galing? (formal/polite) - Where did you come from?
Saan ka galing? (informal) - Where did you come from?



Ano po ang pangalan nila? (formal/polite) - What is your name?
Anong pangalan mo? (informal) - What is your name?

Ako po si ________ (formal/polite) - I am ______ (name).
Ako si _________ (informal) - I am ______ (name).

Ilang taon na po kayo? (formal/polite) - How old are you?
Ilang taon ka na? (informal) - How old are you?

Ako po ay _______ gulang na. (formal/polite) - I am _______ years old.
Ako ay _______ gulang na. (informal) - I am _______ years old.

Saan po kayo nakatira? (formal/polite) - Where do you live?
Saan ka nakatira? (informal) - Where do you live?

Taga saan po sila? (formal/polite) - Where are you from?
Taga saan ka? (informal) - Where are you from?

Kumain na po ba sila? (formal/polite) - Have you eaten yet?
Kumain ka na ba? (informal) - Have you eaten yet?

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walang kukurap mga kapatid-Dont panic my brother and sisters
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Posted 12/11/07 , edited 4/13/08

O abreviation of OO (WHY the hell does this need abbreviation? and i still hear it all the time)
ha? does not translate to anything really, but is a sound i hear all the time, when pinoys are confused about something or do not understand it.

Hoooy when pinoys yell at you, theyd probably say this :)

i dont speak tagalog though, this is just what my cousins told me and what i see on filipino movies or filipino youtube channels.
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