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@Adosa Welcome, glad to have you here!
posted: 5 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"@Adosa Welcome, glad to have you here!..."
Hello! My name is Adosa. I am from United Kingdom and I am a Beg
posted: 5 hrs ago by Adosa
"Hello! My name is Adosa. I am from United Kingdom and I am a Beginner Filipino language student. I am studying the Filipino language because I have been in relationship with a beautiful Filipino lady and I would like to better understand her culture and heritage. Although, she as well as all her family are fluent English speakers, still I consider learning Tagalog as a way of showing my respect to her and her background. Wish you all good day...."
WOTD: tuno``g - Monday, Jun 24th, 2019
posted: 16 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"WOTD: tuno``g - Monday, Jun 24th, 2019 %%TUNO``G:%% sound; click; ringing The full dictionary page for this Word Of The Day can be found here: https://www.tagalog lessons.com/words/tunog.p hp ** includes audio recording for the word. ...."
Hello! My name is thony. I am from seoul and I am a Beginner Fil
posted: 19 hrs ago by thony
"Hello! My name is thony. I am from seoul and I am a Beginner Filipino language student. I am studying the Filipino language because......."
Gusto ko nang halimbawa sa salitang Panay.
posted: 1 day, 4 hrs ago by Luvhagen
"Gusto ko nang halimbawa sa salitang Panay. Yes, I like an example for the usage of the word Panay. And also, is it possible to add Paki, for Please, in my Philippino-sentence-try above ? Thanks guys for any answer :)..."
Hello! My name is jerome12. I am from Philippines and I am a Beg
posted: 1 day, 11 hrs ago by jerome12
"Hello! My name is jerome12. I am from Philippines and I am a Beginner Filipino language student. I am studying the Filipino language because......."
WOTD: da``nyos - Sunday, Jun 23rd, 2019
posted: 1 day, 16 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"WOTD: da``nyos - Sunday, Jun 23rd, 2019 %%DA``NYOS:%% damage The full dictionary page for this Word Of The Day can be found here: https://www.tagalog lessons.com/words/danyos. php ** includes audio recording for the word. ...."
Thank you @TLDCAdmin. The emphasis is perhaps even more importa
posted: 2 days, 15 hrs ago by JohnD
"Thank you @TLDCAdmin. The emphasis is perhaps even more important in this example as I now realise that the root word sama has two very different meanings (combine and bad) depending on whether the emphasis is on the first or second syllable!..."
WOTD: bigo``te - Saturday, Jun 22nd, 2019
posted: 2 days, 16 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"WOTD: bigo``te - Saturday, Jun 22nd, 2019 %%BIGO``TE:%% mustache The full dictionary page for this Word Of The Day can be found here: https://www.tagalog lessons.com/words/bigote. php ** includes audio recording for the word. ...."
@Ireland102 Welcome!
posted: 2 days, 17 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"@Ireland102 Welcome!..."
Hello! My name is Ireland102. I am from United States and I am a
posted: 2 days, 20 hrs ago by Ireland102
"Hello! My name is Ireland102. I am from United States and I am a Beginner Filipino language student. I am studying the Filipino language because it seems extremely interesting...."
Let’s try G-Man 645. I bet that is safe! Thank you so much f
posted: 3 days, 2 hrs ago by LosPuke
"Let’s try G-Man 645. I bet that is safe! Thank you so much for the warm welcome!..."
@JohnD
posted: 3 days, 9 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"@JohnD Some verbs just have a “pag-“ prefix, but I’m not sure it has any special/significant meaning...it’s just a verb. Other examples of verbs with a pag- prefix: pag-aralan (to study something), pag-usapan (to discuss something), pag-sabihan (to scold/reprimand someone). “Pagsamahin” would be “to combine/join something.” The root here would be “sama”. “kasama” that you mentioned earlier is actually made by a prefix “ka-“ and the root “sama”. The “ka” prefix mean..."
@LosPuke I can change it if you like — what would you like y
posted: 3 days, 10 hrs ago by TLDCAdmin
"@LosPuke I can change it if you like — what would you like your new username to be? And please don’t say LosTiti. 😂 ( EDIT: I hope you know I'm just kidding. We have a good group of people here, and we're glad to have you! :) )..."
I have been trying to get the local supermarket to put all my th
posted: 3 days, 12 hrs ago by JohnD
"I have been trying to get the local supermarket to put all my things together into one bag rather than use hundreds of bits of plastic. My girlfriend told me the very useful expression of 'pagsamahin mo'. It must be right because it works when I use it! But I am interested in the structure of pagsamahin. It is presumably based on the word kasama. It looks like an in verb but it has a pag prefix which I am not familiar with. Can anyone help me with the use of a pag prefix for a verb, please. A coup..."







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