A podcast to broaden your Tagalog, one phrase at a time!
food = pagkain
kanin = rice
ulam = dish
busog = full
gutom = hungry
busog ako = i am full.
gutom ako = i am hungry.
busog po ako = i am full (polite)
gutom po ako = i am hungry (polite)
gusto ko nang ___(noun) = i want ___(noun)
gusto ko po nang ___
kare kare = stew made with peanut sauce vegetable and oxtail.
mungo = mung bean soup
famous filipino dishes to try.
mungo (moong go)
kare kare (ka-re ka-re)
pancit palabok (pan-sit pala-bok)
Song = Gloc-9 - Love Story Ko (My Love Story)
ulan = rain
umulan = it rained
uulan = it will rain
umuulan (oomoo-oolan) = it is raining
meron ka bang __(noun)? do you have a/an
may dala akong __(noun)? i brought a/an
may sipon ako = i have a cold
may sakit ako = i am sick
umuulan ng malakas = it is raining hard.
payong = umbrella
gamot = medicine
kapote = raincoat
song: Juan Dela Cruz Band - Rock N Roll sa ulan.
Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/tagalogjuan
kitakits (see you there)!
hello and welcome to another edition of learn filipino podcast. ako si juan at ngayon tuturuan ko kayo ng tagalog. kamusta kayo? first of all thank you very much for the emails. i appreciate them. Today's podcast,
i've had a couple of requests on this topic so ngayon i will teach you a couple of phrases associated when your courting someone. Lets start.
Anong number mo?
Whats your number?
gusto kitang ligawan.
i want to court you.
May plano ka ba mamaya?
do you have plans later?
gusto mo bang manuod tayo ng sine?
do you want to watch a movie with me?
anong gusto mong gawin?
what do u want to do?
magkita ulit tayo.
lets see each other again.
to close the podcast, im going to play a love song performed by barbie's cradle. hope you like it. paalam.
Barbie's Cradle - Langit Na Naman.
(from their album "music from the buffet table")
if you want to get their album, just search the band on itunes. = )
hello, welcome to another edition of learn filipino podcast, ako si juan at ngayon i will teach you tagalog
marunong ka ba mag-______ ?
do you know how to ____?
example: marunong ka ba mag-guittara? (play guitar)
example: marunong ka ba mag-maneho? (to drive)
example: marunong ka ba mag-saeng? (cook rice)
nakapunta ka na ba sa ___?
have you been to ____?
pupunta ako sa ____
i will go to ___
rivermaya - wag na init ulo baby.
(literally means dont be hot headed baby!)
hello welcome to another edition of learn filipino podcast. ako si juan at ngayon tuturuan ko kayo ng tagalog.
just a breif overview, most of our slangs are mearly just a manipulation of a word usually a two syllable word changing the order of the syllable by pronouncing the 2nd syllable then the 1st syllable, making it a slang.
so to understand this more fully i will give a bunch of examples!
astig (tigas) which means hard
this means cool or great depending on the context!
an example is...
astig si juan
juan is cool
ako ang erpats mo
i am your father
siya ang ermats ko
she is my mother
may yosi ka ba?
do you have a cigarette?
dehins (hinde) no/not
dehins kita makita
i cant see you
kitakits tayo sa mcdonalds
lets meet at mcdonalds
hebigats(heavy and bigat combined) rocking/heavy
its a play of words hea"bi" and "bi"gat heabigats
heabigats ang music na ito
this music is heavy or rocking!
peksman (i swear)
peksman mahal kita
i swear i love you
bigyan mo ako ng toma
give me a drink
ano balita chong?
whats up man
pare ko, meron akong problema
hey my friend, i have a problem
Song from this podcast:
Grin Department - 8 pa
hello, welcome to another edition of learn filipino podcast. One of the listeners emailed a theme for the podcast, his name is joaquin. and joaquin's theme is furniture so he sent me a list he wants me to go over, so today (ngayon) i will teach you how to say bed, table, couch etc in tagalog. lets start.
silya or upuan
now i will teach you a phrase associated with furniture, lets say your looking for a new couch or you want to buy a new tv or table or whatever, go to the store and you want to know how much it is, so you say
which means how much is this.
now if its expensive you say
"ang mahal" expensive
if its cheap you say
"ang mura, sige bibilhin ko"
its cheap, great ill buy it.
To close the podcast, i will play a song from yano, the name of the song is "paalam sampaguita" which means farewell sampaguita, i hope you like it, paalam.
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All I wanted to do was learn a bit more Tagalog. It says free but they want u to download from a website and pay
Thankyou well explained have many Tagalog learning aids but you make the basics easy to learn for me and my wife who is Filipino loves the songs at the end of the short but sweet lessons
my mum is philipino and refuses to teach me tagalog... so its cool to have a podcast to help me learn the language! there is a bit too much talking about thanking the listeners and saying 'this is going to be very very easy' but apart from that pretty good.