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Greetings (Pagbati)

Hello/Hi (similar to tagalog but the spelling differ like helo/hi)
How are you? = kumusta ka?/kumusta ka na?(singular)
                             kumusta po kayo?(plural)
                             kumusta po sila?kumusta sila?

you(singular) = ikaw
you(plural) = kayo
they =  sila
po = form of respect, usually said to elder persons


Jul 11, 2008 4:16 PM
Comments · 5
Really? Thats great, coz Japanese language is also atristic as well. It also signifies their culture. By the way Freda wer are you located?
July 25, 2008
Oh...thanks Bagets for added language..I remember my neices like to learn japanese..
July 15, 2008
Magandang umaga- Good morning (english)- Ohayou gozaimas-(Japan)
Kain na po- Lets eat. (cause here in the Philippines its in our tradition and culture that if we have a guest during eating time, we usually ask them to eat with us, iregardless of how meak our meal is).
Magandang tanghali po. Good noon
Magandang hapon po - Good afternoon
Magandang gabi po- Good evening - konabanwa
salamat po- Thank you so much
May tawad pa po ba? - Does this have a discount? (we filipinos love to shop and love to bargain)
Ingat po - Please take care
Tara - lets go
More of these when I come back...Nice Freda! This is a good learning ground for those who want to learn more of our language. In this way also they will learn our culture and cultural heritage. Because tagalog isn't just a language, its part of our history of our origin, of our art and culture.
July 12, 2008
Aha, thanks for the line. I will post by and by during my free time.I will help as much as I can.
July 11, 2008
Nice so nice that teaching. I always want so many by that way, pl

July 11, 2008
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Filipino (Tagalog), Italian, Other
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), Italian