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Big
Malaki
Small
Maikli
Long
Mahaba
Short
maikli
Tall
Mataas
Short
Mabaha
Food
pagkain
Too/also
Naman
a lot
Maalat
sweet
Matamis
salty
Maasim
Delicious
Masarap
Spicy
Maanghang
Black
Itim
Red
Pula
White
Puti
Yellow
Dilaw
Rosas
Pink
Violet(lavender)
Lila
Green
Berde
Lively colors
Masigla
in, on, at, for
sa
sentences that start with S and end with P
with ay
P end with S
without ay
and
at
but
pero
am, is, are, was, were
ay
I
ako
you
ikaw
he/she
siya
we
tayo
we
kami
you
kay
they
sila
Si
For person (singular)
ex)
Arbeni is tall
si argent ay matangkad
Ang mga
Plural (common)
ex)
fathers are tall
Ang mga tatay ay matangkad
Ang
singular
ex)
father is tall
ang tatay ay matangkad
man/male
lalake
woman/female
babae
grandfather
Lolo
grandmother
lola
father
tatay/ama
mother
nana/ina
aunt
tita
uncle
tito
brother
kapatid na lalake
sister
kapatid na babae
cousin
pinsan
nephew
pamangking lalake
niece
pamangking babae
friend
kabigan
balikat
shoulder
blue
asul
sense of smell
pang-amoy
fragrant/good smell
mabango
stinky/bad smell
mabaho
mayrong
there is
school
iskul
teacher
titser
student
estudyante
notebook
notbuk
paper
papel
ballpen
bolpen
chair
silya
table
mesa
classroom
klasrum
eraser
pambura
uniform
uniporme
pants
pantalon
skirt
palda
blouse
blusa
shoes
sapatos
socks
medyas
bag
bag
slippers
tsinelas
any adjective that ends with aeiou
add ng
ex) The long table is expensive
ang mahaba(ng) mesa ay mahal
any adjective that ends without aeiou
add na
ex) The ugly table is expensive
ang pangit (na) mesa ay mahal
of the
ng
plural just like ng
mga (of the)
if theres specific name involved (Of the)
Ni (of the)
used more than one name (of the)
Nina
Where is (of the) placed in a sentence?
Between noun and subject
ex: Ang libro (ng) estudyante ay malaki
When adjective is ending with a vowel you add..? "aeiou"
ng
ex) ikaw ay maganda
Magandang ikaw
to stand
tayo
to walk
lakad
to run
takbo
to go with someone
sama
to eat
kain
to knock
katok
to enter
pasok
to go to exit
labas
to get
kuha
to ride
sakay
to join (a group)
Sali
to jump
lungdag
to be with someone in doing
sabay
to kneel
luhod
to wink
kindat
hips
May balakang
chest
DibDib
stomach
tiyan
waist
Baywang
thighs
Hita
Knees
Tuhad
Feet
Paa
shoulders
May balikat
Biceps
braso
forearm
bisig
elbow
siko
Hand
kamay
and fingers
at dalari
have shoulders
may balikat
head
ulo
forehead
noo
eyebrows
Kilay
eye
mata
nose
ilong
cheek
pisngi
mouth
labi
smart
matalino
lazy
tamad
beautiful
maganda
handsome
gwapo
stingy
kuripot
generous
galante
boastful
mayabang
My (prepose)
aking
My (postpose)
ko
Your (prepose)
iyong
your (postpose)
mo
his/her (prepose)
kanyang
his/her (postpose)
niya
our (selective)(prepose)
ating
our (selective)(postpose)
natin
our (prepose)
aming
our (postpose)
namin
your (prepose)
inyong
your (postpose)
ninyo
their (prepose)
kanilang
their (postpose)
nila
is/are more
ay mas
than the
kaysa sa
than our
kayos sa aming mga
than (singular comparing names)
kaysa kay
than (comparing two groups)
kaysa kina
one
isa
two
dalawa
three
tatlo
four
apat
five
lima
six
anim
seven
pito
eight
walo
nine
siyam
ten
sampa
eleven
labing isa
twelve
laying dalawa
thirteen
labing tatlo
fourteen
labing apat
fifteen
laying lima
Possessive of objects (singular)
ng
Possessive of objects (plural)
ng mga
Possessive of objects (two people)
nina
Possessive of objects (with name/singular)
ni