Making Out in Tagalog

Making-out-in-tagalog

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Tagalog is the national language of the Philippines and is spoken mainly in Metro Manila, the political and economic capital of the country. The Philippines had a long history under the rule of the Spanish and the Americans so it’s no surprise that Filipinos are familiar with words in English and Spanish and usually use them in a conversation, but the grammatical structure remains that of Tagalog and is pronounced the Filipino way.

Speaking or learning Tagalog is easy and here are the things to remember when speaking in Tagalog:

  • The common practice is to have the verb come before the subject. For example: Tumalon (verb) si Juan (subject) = John jumped. But sometimes, sentences use the same order as English and are connected by a particle. For example: Si Juan (subject) ay (particle) tumalon (verb).
  • In English, the difference between singular and plural is usually done by adding “s” to the end of the noun but in Tagalog, the word “mga” is used before the noun to make it plural. Example: mga tao “people” mga laruan “toys”.
  • To ask questions, the particle “ba” is used. Example: Marunong ka ba magsalita ng Ingles? “Do you know how to speak in English?” Maari ba akong maghintay dito? “Can I stay here?”
  • The most common Tagalog preposition is sa, which is equivalent to in, on, at. Example: sa Disyembre “in December” sa gabi “at night” sa takipsilim “at dawn”

Basic Phrases
Yes
Oo

No
Hindi

What?
Ano?

Who?
Sino?

Where
Saan?

Where are you going?
Saan ka pupunta?

When?
Kailan?

Why?
Bakit?

How?
Paano?

Which one?
Alin dito?

Which ones?
Alin sa mga ito?

This
Ito

That
Iyan

Here
Dito

Maybe
Marahil

I
Ako

You
Ikaw

He/She
Siya

We
Tayo

They
Sila

Thank you.
Salamat.

You’re welcome!
Walang anuman.

Could you…?
Maari ba…?

Do you know…?
Alam mo ba…?

Making Acquaintance
Hello!
Halo!

How are you?
Kamusta ka?

I’m fine, thank you.
Mabuti naman, salamat.

What’s your name?
Anong pangalan mo?

I’m happy to meet you.
Ikinagagalak kitang makilala.

Party Talk
Hello! Can I join you?
Halo! Maari ba akong makilahok sa iyo?

Can I buy you a drink?
Maari ba kitang ikuha ng inumin?

Can I sit here?
Maari ba akong umupo dito?

Do you have a boyfriend?
May nobyo ka na ba?

Shall we dance?
Maari ba tayong magsayaw?

I’ll help you have a good time.
Sasamahan kitang magsaya.

I’ll take you home.
hahatid kita sa inyo.

Lovers Language
I love you.
Mahal kita.

I’m in love with you.
Minamahal kita.

I’m crazy about you.
Nababaliw ako sa iyo.

Do you want a massage?
Gusto mo ba magpamasahe?

I’m yours.
Ako ay sa iyo.

You’re mine.
Ikaw ay akin.

You’re sexy.
Seksi ka.

May I kiss you?
Maari ba kitang halikan?

Dirty Sex Talk
Do you want to have sex?
Mag seks tayo.

Where is the best brothel around here?
Saan ang pinakamaayos na bahay aliwan dito?

I want you.
Gusto kita.

Touch me.
Hawakan mo ako.

I want to kiss your lips.
Nais kong halikan ang iyong mga labi.

I want to fondle your breasts.
Nais kong lamasin ang iyong suso.

Suck my dick.
Tsupain mo ang aking titi.

Faster.
Bilisan mo pa.

I’m coming.
Lalabasan na ako.

Did you come?
Nilabasan ka ba?

That was good.
Napakahusay noon

One more time.
Isa pa.

Saying Goodbye
I won’t forget you.
Hindi kita makakalimutan.

I’m so happy to have known you.
Masaya ako na nakilala kita.

Thanks for the exciting memories.
Salamat sa nakakapukaw na alaala.

I’ll be back to see you.
Babalik ako para makita ka.