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Episode 46: All In The Head

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to the head. Thank you to everyone who joined the Manny Viloria Facebook page. Full Notes: Episode 46 Show Notes (PDF) Head – Ulo my head – ang ulo ko My head hurts. – Masakit ang ulo ko. painful – masakit I’m angry. – Mainit ang ulo ko. (Literally, my head is hot.) hot – mainit I’ve calmed [...]

-1 s2010 MAR 31
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Episode 46: All In The Head

Episode 45 – Anatomy

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to the different parts of the body. Thank you to everyone who has become a Facebook fan. Do you think there are at least 5,000 people who want to learn how to speak Tagalog? Thank you for spreading the word among your friends. :-) Please leave a comment below if you [...]

-1 s2010 FEB 28
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Episode 45 – Anatomy

Episode 44: Basketball

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related basketball. [Summary] Steve from Australia asks about Tagalog terms related to basketball. According to Wikipedia, basketball was brought to the Philippines by the YMCA of the United States way back in 1900. No wonder there are no Tagalog phrases for the different terms in basketball. What we have instead, [...]

-1 s2010 JAN 28
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Episode 44: Basketball

Episode 43: Twins

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to twins, pairs, or partners… Twin – Kambal Your twin – Kambal mo You are twins. – Magkambal kayo. They are twins. – Magkambal sila. Together with you in… or Partnering with you in… or Your partner in… Kakambal mo sa… Growth – Paglaki Growing with you or Your partner in growth Kakambal mo sa paglaki. (identical [...]

-1 s2009 JUL 20
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Episode 43: Twins

Episode 42: Pastors and Christians

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related Pastors and Christians… Open your Bibles to… or Turn your Bibles to… Buksan (po) natin ang ating Bibliya sa… Buksan – to open Buksan po natin – let us open (formal/respectful) ang ating – our Bibliya – Bible sa – to Chapter – Capitulo Verse – Bersiculo Where do you go to Church? Saan ka nagsisimba? Saan po kayo nagsisimba? [...]

-1 s2008 JUN 8
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Episode 42: Pastors and Christians

Episode 41: Well, Well, Well

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related health, skill, or recovery… Magaling – well Galing – skillful (stress is on the second syllable: LING) Ang galing mo! – You’re skillful. Gleng-gleng. GA-ling – came from (stress is on the first syllable: GA) Galing sa bahay. – Came from the house. Bahay – house Kamusta ka? – How are you? Galing ako sa ospital. – [...]

-1 s2008 MAR 2
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Episode 41: Well, Well, Well

Episode 40: Long Time, No See

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to greeting relatives or friends you haven’t seen in a long time. Natutuwa ako – I am happy na makita – to see kayong lahat – all of you muli. – again. ako na makita is shortened to akong makita Natutuwa akong makita kayong lahat muli. – I am happy to see all of [...]

-1 s2008 JAN 13
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Episode 40: Long Time, No See

Episode 39: Luggage

This Tagalog podcast is about luggage and traveling. For example, what happens if you lose your luggage? How do you ask for help? Tagalog Words and Phrases Biyahe – travel Bagahe / Maleta – luggage (singular) Mga bagahe / Mga maleta – luggage (plural) Nawawalang maleta – lost luggage Nawawala ang maleta. – The luggage is missing. Nawawala ang maleta ko. – [...]

-1 s2007 SEP 7
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Episode 39: Luggage

Episode 38: Sleepy, Naps, Insomnia

Here are some Tagalog phrases for those who are feeling sleepy, or the insomniacs who can’t sleep. Inaantok ako. – I feel sleepy. Hikab – yawn Hikab ako nang hikab. – I keep yawning. Nakakabato. – (Something is) boring. Napaidlip ako. – I dozed off. Umidlip ka. – Take a nap. Umidlip ka muna. – Take a nap first. Kahit sandali. – Even [...]

-1 s2007 JUN 30
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Episode 38: Sleepy, Naps, Insomnia

Episode 37: Dizzy

Here are some Tagalog phrases for those who are feeling a bit nauseated, perhaps due to the heat, hunger or a low blood sugar level… Nahihilo ako. – I feel dizzy. Ang init kasi. – Because it’s so hot. Nagugutom ako. – I feel hungry. Nauuhaw ako. – I feel thirsty. Wala (po / ho) ba kayong… – Don’t [...]

-1 s2007 MAY 31
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Episode 37: Dizzy

Latest Episodes

Episode 46: All In The Head

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to the head. Thank you to everyone who joined the Manny Viloria Facebook page. Full Notes: Episode 46 Show Notes (PDF) Head – Ulo my head – ang ulo ko My head hurts. – Masakit ang ulo ko. painful – masakit I’m angry. – Mainit ang ulo ko. (Literally, my head is hot.) hot – mainit I’ve calmed [...]

-1 s2010 MAR 31
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Episode 46: All In The Head

Episode 45 – Anatomy

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to the different parts of the body. Thank you to everyone who has become a Facebook fan. Do you think there are at least 5,000 people who want to learn how to speak Tagalog? Thank you for spreading the word among your friends. :-) Please leave a comment below if you [...]

-1 s2010 FEB 28
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Episode 45 – Anatomy

Episode 44: Basketball

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related basketball. [Summary] Steve from Australia asks about Tagalog terms related to basketball. According to Wikipedia, basketball was brought to the Philippines by the YMCA of the United States way back in 1900. No wonder there are no Tagalog phrases for the different terms in basketball. What we have instead, [...]

-1 s2010 JAN 28
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Episode 44: Basketball

Episode 43: Twins

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to twins, pairs, or partners… Twin – Kambal Your twin – Kambal mo You are twins. – Magkambal kayo. They are twins. – Magkambal sila. Together with you in… or Partnering with you in… or Your partner in… Kakambal mo sa… Growth – Paglaki Growing with you or Your partner in growth Kakambal mo sa paglaki. (identical [...]

-1 s2009 JUL 20
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Episode 43: Twins

Episode 42: Pastors and Christians

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related Pastors and Christians… Open your Bibles to… or Turn your Bibles to… Buksan (po) natin ang ating Bibliya sa… Buksan – to open Buksan po natin – let us open (formal/respectful) ang ating – our Bibliya – Bible sa – to Chapter – Capitulo Verse – Bersiculo Where do you go to Church? Saan ka nagsisimba? Saan po kayo nagsisimba? [...]

-1 s2008 JUN 8
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Episode 42: Pastors and Christians

Episode 41: Well, Well, Well

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related health, skill, or recovery… Magaling – well Galing – skillful (stress is on the second syllable: LING) Ang galing mo! – You’re skillful. Gleng-gleng. GA-ling – came from (stress is on the first syllable: GA) Galing sa bahay. – Came from the house. Bahay – house Kamusta ka? – How are you? Galing ako sa ospital. – [...]

-1 s2008 MAR 2
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Episode 41: Well, Well, Well

Episode 40: Long Time, No See

Learn these Tagalog words and phrases related to greeting relatives or friends you haven’t seen in a long time. Natutuwa ako – I am happy na makita – to see kayong lahat – all of you muli. – again. ako na makita is shortened to akong makita Natutuwa akong makita kayong lahat muli. – I am happy to see all of [...]

-1 s2008 JAN 13
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Episode 40: Long Time, No See

Episode 39: Luggage

This Tagalog podcast is about luggage and traveling. For example, what happens if you lose your luggage? How do you ask for help? Tagalog Words and Phrases Biyahe – travel Bagahe / Maleta – luggage (singular) Mga bagahe / Mga maleta – luggage (plural) Nawawalang maleta – lost luggage Nawawala ang maleta. – The luggage is missing. Nawawala ang maleta ko. – [...]

-1 s2007 SEP 7
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Episode 39: Luggage

Episode 38: Sleepy, Naps, Insomnia

Here are some Tagalog phrases for those who are feeling sleepy, or the insomniacs who can’t sleep. Inaantok ako. – I feel sleepy. Hikab – yawn Hikab ako nang hikab. – I keep yawning. Nakakabato. – (Something is) boring. Napaidlip ako. – I dozed off. Umidlip ka. – Take a nap. Umidlip ka muna. – Take a nap first. Kahit sandali. – Even [...]

-1 s2007 JUN 30
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Episode 38: Sleepy, Naps, Insomnia

Episode 37: Dizzy

Here are some Tagalog phrases for those who are feeling a bit nauseated, perhaps due to the heat, hunger or a low blood sugar level… Nahihilo ako. – I feel dizzy. Ang init kasi. – Because it’s so hot. Nagugutom ako. – I feel hungry. Nauuhaw ako. – I feel thirsty. Wala (po / ho) ba kayong… – Don’t [...]

-1 s2007 MAY 31
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Episode 37: Dizzy

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