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Learn to speak to native Filipino speakers with this podcast.

You will have extensive training within the podcast / course and you will also have a tutor to help you speak Tagalog in no time.

This includes lessons

Chat sessions

One on One Voice Call [via the internet]

If you are interested to learn conversational Tagalog-Filipino you may want to book a tutor here

https://www.patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino

Learn Tagalog Filipino Show Oliver Villaverde

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Learn to speak to native Filipino speakers with this podcast.

You will have extensive training within the podcast / course and you will also have a tutor to help you speak Tagalog in no time.

This includes lessons

Chat sessions

One on One Voice Call [via the internet]

If you are interested to learn conversational Tagalog-Filipino you may want to book a tutor here

https://www.patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino

    How are you? | Learn Tagalog Filipino Show | Episode 16

    How are you? | Learn Tagalog Filipino Show | Episode 16

    Episode 16

    Learn Tagalog Filipino Show

    How are you? 

    Kumusta ka na? 

    Kumusta ka? 

    Kumusta ?

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    I'm fine

    Mabuti naman.

    Ayos naman

    Ayos ako

    okay naman [less formal]

    okay ako

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    Tricycle - in the Philippines a tricyle is a common vehicle and you usually see them at street corners, 



    a motorbike with two wheels at the back and one in front, having a seat for a rider



    imagine a motorbike with side attachement for a 1 or 2 passengers sometimes even more...

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    Pedicab

    a small pedal-operated vehicle, serving as a taxi in some countries.

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    Kobe Bryant

    "The moment you give up is the moment you let someone else win"

    Sa oras o sandaling sumuko ka, ay ang sandli o oras na hinahayaan mong may manalong iba

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    Where do you want to eat? | Learn Tagalog Filipino Show | Episode 15

    Where do you want to eat? | Learn Tagalog Filipino Show | Episode 15

    Learn Tagalog Filipino Show Episode [15] 

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    Here is our lesson 

    You will learn how to say

    "Where do you want to eat?"

    you say

    SAAN MO GUSTONG KUMAIN? 



    (SAY IT SLOWLY)



    SAAN MO GUSTONG KUMAIN?





    Do you know a place where the food is great? 



    or 



    Do you know a place where the food is delicious? 





    MAY ALAM KA BANG LUGAR KUNG SAAN MASARAP ANG PAGKAIN? 



    OR 



    ALAM MO BA KUNG SAAN MASARAP KUMAIN?



    OR



    SAAN MASARAP KUMAIN? 



    Now if you want to go there 



    You simply say "lets go there" right? 



    in Tagalog / Filipino



    "TARA PUNTA TAYO DOON"



    OR 



    PUNTA TAYO DOON



    OR 



    DOON TAYO PUMUNTA 





    Plate 



    The flat dish which is usually round where you put your food, we call this 

    Plato o Pinggan in Tagalog / Filipino so if you want o have an extra plate while you are eating in a resto you know the Tagalog word for it.  



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    Drinking glass



    We all know that is what we use if drink water at home or in a resto but how do you say driking glass in Tagalog or Filipino? 



    You say "Baso"



    (Baso- You say it slowly)



    So now you know the word for drinking glass "BASO"









     

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    Thank you so much for Listening to 

    Learn Tagalog Filipino Show 

    Until the next episode :)

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    Thank you - Learn Tagalog Filipino - Episode 13

    Thank you - Learn Tagalog Filipino - Episode 13

    Learn Tagalog Filipino Show Episode [13] 

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    Here is our lesson 



    Learn how to say thank you in Tagalog / Filipino



    Thank you  = Salamat 



    Thank you so much = 



    Maraming Salamat 



    If you want to thank someone for coming over to your party you could say "Salamat sa pagpunta"



    If you want to be polite you could say 



    "Salamat po sa pagpunta"

    Thank you for coming over



    or 

    Salamat po

    Thank you



    or 

    Thank you so much

    Maraming salamat po



    or 



    Maraming, maraming salamat po



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    The Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene, known canonically as the Parish of Saint John the Baptist, and also known as the Quiapo Church, it is a prominent basilica in the district of Quiapo in the city of Manila, Philippines. 



    During the feast of the black Nazarene it





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    you will get members only access for only $1 per month, and you will get access to all the lessons



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    Manila Bay is a natural harbour which serves the Port of Manila (on Luzon), in the Philippines. Strategically located around the capital city of the Philippines, Manila Bay facilitated commerce and trade between the Philippines and its neighbouring countries,[1] becoming the gateway for socio-economic development even prior to Spanish occupation. Manila Bay is situated in the western part of Luzon and is bounded by Cavite and Metro Manila on the east, Bulacan and Pampanga on the north, and Bataan on the west and northwest





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    Qoute for the episode 



    This qoute is translated From English to Tagalog-Filipino



    FROM: Paulo Coelho



    “Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience.”



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    If you find the show helpful you may want to support us at Patreon and in return you will get exclusive access to all our other videos 

    https://patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino



    you will get members only access for only $1 per month, and you will get access to all the lessons 

    • 9 min

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