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Could you give me an example of words that rhyme in Tagalog?
Jun 19, 2010 2:42 AM
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hi mabaet, tilaok (v. to crow) / tumilaok manok (n. chicken / rooster / hen) palayok (n. pot) lahok (n. mixture) sampalok (n. tamarind) mabulok (v. to get rotted / decayed) "ang MANOK, matapos TUMILAOK, kinatay at inilagay sa PALAYOK. pinakuluan na may LAHOK na SAMPALOK, pagkatapos ay kinain, inubos ng sa gayon ay walng MABULOK." tao (n. human) bilao (n. bamboo tray) naglalakò (v. street-selling) / nilalakò palikò-likò (v. turning on every corner of the road) "ang TAO na may dalang BILAO, mga gulay ay NILALAKO, sa mahabang kalye siya ay PALIKO-LIKO." these poems are just a result of my imagination but you will definitely learn from it. there could be a lot more of tagalog rhyme but I think we better chat on that. further, you must know that tagalog rhyme is similar with english rhyme in which there are similar sound at the end of every word. :)
June 19, 2010
plus one. cowboy...
June 19, 2010
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