Take note that the English word "no" can be translated either as the Filipino words "hindi" or "wala", but the two words are not interchangeable. "Hindi" takes the meaning of no as in "not" or "don't" or "do/does not". "Wala" takes the meaning of no as in "none" or "there is none" or indicating the absence of something.
So, in response to the question: "Do you have any coffee?," the correct response would be "Wala." "Hindi" would be incorrect.
Having two words to say the single English word "no" can often be tricky for English speakers to get used to.
Note: Sometimes, especially in casual text, "hindi" is abbreviated to " 'di ".
Hindi Example Sentences in Tagalog: (75)
It can't be.
I am not hungry.
Sumagótkang "oo" o "hindî".
Answer with a "yes" or "no".
Not so. / Not really.
Aren't you going to help him?
Don't take what's not yours.
That's not cheap.
I can't understand.
I hope this does not happen again.
Jane didn't answer.
We won't be able to get in because it's locked / padlocked.
Aren't you coming / getting down / alighting?
Are you going to give it to me or not?
Hasn't you dad gotten out of bed yet?
Aren't you nervous?
I'm sorry as that was not my intention.
They were shooting at him, but they couldn't hit him.
I didn't understand.
He still hasn't quit smoking.
I wasn't able to. / I wasn't able to do it. / I wasn't able to fix it.
I'm not mad at you.
Are you buying or not?
Why do you take that which is not yours?
Why aren't you acknowledging me?
Why didn't you pay him?
No. I have not read that yet.
Why didn't you fight back?
It was not you I was swearing at.
Aren't you going to vote?
Can't you finish it? (usually referring to food)
Wouldn't your father wonder why?
Gumagamitsiyáng GPS parahindîsiyámaligáw.
He uses GPS so he won't get lost.
I'm not going. / I will not be going.
Many are denied admission to Harvard.
That's not surprising.
After a while, the married couple separated.
I forewarned him so he won't get so angry.
You can't remember it anymore?
I didn't like / was offended by what you said.
Aren't you coming in/going to school/reporting for work?