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  1. jimeve

    jimeve DI Forum Luminary Highly Rated Poster Showcase Reviewer Veteran Army

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    Hi, Manzanita where i come from I here the Muslim morning prayer every Friday.
    Don't seam right to me.
     
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    I am sure not unlike the blank look I get when I try to joke with aking Asawa:eek:
     
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    Learning local lingo is worth the effort

    G'day Tom, i must say "good onya" for learning some Local Lingo, The Filipino community will love you for it. Have been learning Tagalog and Visayan since even before I Married akong Negrene asawa in Marilao, Bulacan (20/03/09).How my wife and i happenned

    Vocab is now a few hundred words in both languages.
    Right from my 1st visit in March09 i learned the tagalog greetings for Good morn/miday/arvo/evenin etc
    The SM security guards would thank me when i greeted them with Magandang umaga/hapon/gabi.
    The Pinoys laughed at my early attempts at saying "SALAMAT", which i pronounced something like "salamander", but eventually, i got "salami" in my head and got it right.

    Tom i notice that u use the Tagalog "my" (aking), you will have to start learning Visayan also/Din/Pud

    Here are useful phrases:

    Tagalog: Aking asawa maganda talaga
    Visayan: Akong asawa gwapa jud

    Tagalog: Mahal kita
    Visayan: Nahigugma ko nimo

    I said this at our wedding and reception, it went down VERY well:
    Hindi kita iiwan, kasi mahal na mahal kita!
    My pronounciation was woefull but the sentiment was applauded

    Here are some Visayan phrases i learned because/kasi/tungudkay i heard them so often (kasi ako pasaway)
    Dili ko ganahan!
    Makalagot ka!
    Maglagot ko nimo!
    :mad:

    If you hear your asawa say these, you are in trouble :smile:

    keep up the lingo learning bro

    Prenilie's Bana
     
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