A collection of useful phrases in Tagalog, an Austronesian language spoken mainly in the Philippines.
Click on any of the phrases that are links (blue) to hear them spoken.
If you can provide recordings, corrections or additional translations, please contact me.
To see these phrases in many other languages click on the English versions.
Add po at (or near) the end of a sentence or question to make it formal and polite. (formal) It is important to note that "opo" (po) and "oho" (ho) are only used to be polite to one's elders.
Unless otherwise stated, Kabayan Central DVDs are multi-region DVDs and thus compatible with DVD players anywhere in the world.
Isa pang sagot: Natuklasan ito ni Ferdinand Magellan dahil ninanais niyang patunayan na ang mundo ay bilog at napakalaki.
Folk Song Folk song covers many musical styles but is usually referred to a narrative song that uses traditional melodies to speak on a particular topic.
Kabayan Central Region 3 Coded DVDs will ONLY play in multi-region DVD players or Region 3 (South East Asia, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong ) DVD players only.
Tagalog originated with the “Tagalog” people that are from the area of Manila and the surrounding region. Filipino is strongly related to Tagalog, yet is supposedly distinct in that it uses words from other languages in the Philippines as well as from Spanish and English.