Formal Rank: #39 Casual Rank: #110 ** A lower rank means the word is used more frequently. For example, rank #1 would be the most frequently used word.
Method: This script ranks all words by frequency using both formal sources (mostly newspaper articles) and informal sources (a combination of over 100 hours of transcribed audio, internet comments, and amateur fiction writing) to roughly determine whether a word is used more frequency in casual or formal contexts.
Noon Example Sentences in Tagalog: (54)
Example sentences created by professional Filipino teachers and writers.
Click or tap any underlined word to see a literal translation.
I went to the Philippines in January for three weeks.
We believe in laws that existed before.
I attended the conference last month.
Nakitakosi John noóngisángaraw.
I saw Paul the other day.
Nagsimuláng magsaka si Andres noóngisángtaón.
Andres started farming last year.
Dad arrived the day before yesterday.
Nanoódsiláng boxing nungLinggó.
They watched a boxing match last Sunday.
Hindînaminitinulóyang party nungSábado.
We did not push through with the party last Saturday.
That order had been in operation since the 1970s.
Nagwagîsiyáng Nobel Peace Prize noóng 1979.
She won a Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.
Nagtindáangmgabatàng lemonade nungmakalawá.
The children sold lemonade two days ago.
Naglarôkamíng basketball noóngSábado.
We played basketball last Saturday.
Why is that guy over there staring at you?
Noóngunanagkakasagutanlangsiná Jack at Jill perotuluyangnagíngtunaynamagkaawaynasilá.
Initially Jack and Jill were just habitually arguing but eventually/consequently/in the end they really became enemies.
She was given away when she was four, right?
nun, nuon, non, nung, no'n, n'on, non Alternate spellings may include: abbreviations, informal spellings, slang, and/or commonly misspelled variations.
Join us! We are a free online community for Filipino / Tagalog language learners Join »