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Old September 06, 2009, 03:29 PM
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I doubt it, but we'll see :P
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I'm willing to know some easy words.

Please you set them with the meaning...
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Old September 06, 2009, 07:09 PM
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I'm willing to know some easy words.

Please you set them with the meaning...
I agree. I want to know...like the W words, "who" "what" "where" etc. and prepositions
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Are the numbers the same as Spanish?
Almost but in spanish 14 is 'catorse' but in Filipino it is 'katorse'. K replaces the 'c'.
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I agree. I want to know...like the W words, "who" "what" "where" etc. and prepositions

Who - Sino

Where- saan

what- ano

Sino ang tatay mo? [Who is your father?]

Saan ka nakatira? [Where do you live?]

Ano ang pangalan mo? [What is your name?]

Note: pronounciation is the same in english except that "ng[a], [i], [o]. is pronounced '[n]gun' but silent 'g'

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Almost but in spanish 14 is 'catorse' but in Filipino it is 'katorse'. K replaces the 'c'.
catorce = fourteen
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Old September 07, 2009, 05:51 AM
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catorce = fourteen
'c'e - c is pronounced 's' in Spanish

katorse- for Filipino it is 's',
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Who - Sino

Where- saan

what- ano

Sino ang tatay mo? [Who is your father?]

Saan ka nakatira? [Where do you live?]

Ano ang pangalan mo? [What is your name?]

Note: pronounciation is the same in english except that "ng[a], [i], [o]. is pronounced '[n]gun' but silent 'g'

any grammar rules like Spanish?
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Old September 07, 2009, 01:26 PM
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any grammar rules like Spanish?
kain- eat

present tense-kumakain
past tense-kumain
future-kakain
past perfect- kumakain
nno conditional, subjunctive tenses. Use the tense in any of those situations.

I will eat if Dad asks me to. - Kakain (future)ako kapag sinabi (asks)ni Tatay.

Tagalog is the hardest language to study. But I know of one Russian linguist who became fluent by enrolling in Philippine university.
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Old September 07, 2009, 05:21 PM
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ahh thanks. It seems hard though :P
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