Nang and ng as well as ang can be confusing when learning Filipino. But it isn't that hard at all once you learned the rules on how to use ang, nang, and ng. That explained here in an easy way for beginners with examples.
Categorized Filipino or Tagalog phrases with English translations about love, errands, travel phrases and for those working in the healthcare.
The bad words. The good side of learning Filipino expletives or profanity words in Tagalog is knowing when you're being cursed. Either swear or used some of these on the list to express annoyance, surprise, excitement or disbelief.
Tagalog affixes are one of the most confusing part of learning the language. Take a plunge on the topic and learn what's the meaning of Tagalog verb affixes that you encounter everyday and when to use Filipino affixes mag, mala, an and more.
Reduplication of Filipino words is deemed weird by non-speakers but these Tagalog reduplicated words are unique on their own. Some even conveys the meaning without repetition. Have you heard these examples of Tagalog reduplicated words?
Different ways of intensifiying Filipino adjectives is covered in an easy to understand way with examples for both ma- adjectives and simple adjectives. Commonly used Filipino or Tagalog adjectives are here as well.
Learn both commonly used Filipino adjectives and simple adjectives with examples of using both in Tagalog sentences. Adjectives that describe feelings and emotion, appearance and tastes are also covered here.
A collection of hip and commonly used Filipino expressions to put in use for day to day conversations with examples and explanations for easy understanding.
Idioms may not be the easiest to learn but it is always nice to learn a few. Learn some Filipino idioms and surprise your friends through this list, a good example of commonly used Filipino idioms.
This is a hub about words or phrases in our Tagalog language translated to English our second language. I tried to put in the Tagalog words that are used most of the time in our country. In the Philippines, most Filipinos speak another dialect or language like the English language.