Masaya sa makita ka dito! Ka nasain mapulot a pulutong ng mahalaga patalastas sa ito lugar. Maaari balon, at humingi tanungin!
Not much tagalog spoken here
So I see. But in the case of our new user, salamat, I thought I would be a bit more personal!
Your response was a wonderful surprise, and a gift. Thanks!
That's what I was thinking after I commented but thought I'd leave it. I'm not filipino but my wife is. I can pick up words here and there and sometimes I can come up with phrases that she needs to think about since she does not get a chance to speak it that much anymore.
Just installed a Babelfish addon for Firefox. Tried it on the above and it worked great.
My GF speaks Ilonggo, and Tagalog, and is from Negros Occidental... My language skills are poor, though!
I spent time in Bacolod City, Bago City and Roxas City after being in Indonesia and learning Indonesian. I picked up Illonggo diotay. Not much Tagalog though. Thanks for a reminder of good times.
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only things i can remember are "como-st-ga" (sp) and "guapo"..
Guapo means handsome; guapa is pretty. Como estas is essentially Spanish for "How are you?". Pilipino is a mix of various languages. Spanish is one of them.
I'm learning about POIs for my GPSr and now I'm learning about a language I know very little about. Actually, nothing about.
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