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Tagalog Lesson #6 (Endearing Statements)

We hope you liked our 5th English-Filipino Lessons. We are now on the 6th week of teaching you the Filipino language. As for this week, we are teaching you ways on how you could express some famous love quotes and endearing statements using Tagalog.

 Illustration of a man anticipating his girlfiend's reaction when he uses the Tagalog phrases he learned over the internet



English Tagalog
  “You are beautiful.”   “Maganda ka.”
“You complete me.” “Binuo mo ang pagkatao ko.”
“Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” “Mas maigi na ang umibig at nabigo, kaysa ang di naranasang umibig kailanman.”
“A heart that loves is always young.” “Hindi tumatanda ang pusong marunong magmahal.”
“My heart is, and always will be, yours.” “Ang puso ko ay sa iyo lamang, magpakailanman.”
“Your heart is free, have the courage to follow it.” “Malaya ang puso mo, magkaroon ka ng lakas ng loob upang sundin ito.”



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  1. these are great helps to read the words.
    but I really would like to “Hear” them.

    Comment by lj martin — January 6, 2013 @ 9:14 pm

  2. In my part of America there are no movies or songs to hear
    the sounds of Tagalog.
    It would be very helpful to learn how to find the bathroom?
    to order food? the garbage?
    to hear Left and right.
    to count from 1 to 10.
    yes a very good friend here helped me on video chat and she is so patient to teach me by voice and by words.
    Salamat Angel :)

    these I kind of learned, but need to practice with someone. [wink wink, hint hint] ;)

    1(ISA) 2(Dalawa) 3(Tatlo) 4(Apat) 5(Lima) 6(Anim) 7(Pito) 8(Walo) 9(Syam) 10(Sampu)
    FAMILY Member/s:
    Father ( PAPA/Ama/Tatay) ; Mother (MAMA/Ina/Nanay) ; Oldest Sister (ATE) ; Oldest Brother (KUYA) ;
    Youngest child (BUNSO) ; GrandFather (LOLO) ; GrandMother (LOLA) ;
    Auntie (TITA) ; Uncle (TITO) ; Cousin (PINSAN)
    You: (IKAW) ; Me: (AKO) ; Us: (TAYO) ; We: (KAMI)

    Comment by lj martin — January 6, 2013 @ 9:20 pm

  3. I need a pronounciation guide for letters that seperates syllables & grammar would be helpful. I have no one to practice with.

    Comment by Garrett — February 20, 2013 @ 7:21 pm

  4. Hi Garrett,

    If you don’t already have a Gold or above level account with us, maybe now would be the perfect time to join to find someone to practice with. With Gold or above, you can use audio & webcam chat right inside our site.

    We also did make one youtube video, of our Lesson #1 – see – and will make more later.

    Comment by Christian Filipina — February 25, 2013 @ 1:21 am

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