The Tagalog word for ‘what’ is ano.
What? Ano ito?
What is this?
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The Tagalog word maganda means ‘beautiful’ but it is used as the equivalent of the English ‘good’ in greetings. It is common for Filipinos to greet each other with the phrase “Beautiful Day!”
Beautiful day ~
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The Tagalog word for ‘evening’ and ‘night’ is gabi. The Tagalog word for ‘good’ is mabuti, but in the expression ‘Good evening’ the word maganda (beautiful) is used.
Magandang gabi po.
Good evening. (when speaking to older people)
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The simplest, easiest way to say “Let’s…” in Tagalog is to use the verb and then add tayo.
A more advanced way to say “Let’s…” in Tagalog is to conjugate the verb, then add tayo.
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Make an effort to learn at least a few basic phrases in Tagalog! Magandang araw!
= Beautiful day!
This is how Filipinos would say hello. It’s the equivalent of “Good morning!
” though you can use it in the early afternoon too. Mahal kita.
= I love you.
This is the most common way of saying ‘I Love You.’ This phrase can be used with anyone, from your wife to your grandfather. Sarap nito.
= This is delicious. / This feels good.
The Tagalog word for ‘delicious
‘ is also used for something that feels good.
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Ang pang-uri ay nagbibigay-turing sa pangngalan o panghalip.
An adjective modifies a noun or pronoun.
Mga Magkasalungat na Salita
Antonyms (Words Having Opposite Meanings)
Mga Halimbawa ng Magkakasalungat na Salita
Examples of Antonyms
bago : new
luma : old
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