Saan mo gustong umupo?
Where would you like to sit?
Anong gusto mong inumin?
What would you like to drink?
Anong gusto mong kainin?
What would you like to eat?
Umiinom ka ba?
Do you drink (liquor)?
Masarap ‘yung ____________ .
The _____________ is delicious.
This is delicious.
(pointing to a menu item)
Umorder ka ng kahit ano.
Huwag kang mahiya.
Don’t be shy.
I’ll take care of it.
I’ll handle it.
Anong gusto mong panoorin?
What would you like to watch?
Anong gusto mong pakinggan?
What would you like to listen to?
Continue reading “Speaking Tagalog On a Date”
The Tagalog word for ‘beauty’ is kagandahan.Ang ganda mo!
You’re beautiful! Continue reading ““You’re Beautiful” in Tagalog”
Exchanging love notes is a cherished tradition in Filipino courtship. A written profession of love is “proof” more solid than words spoken into the air.
Continue reading “Writing a Love Letter in Tagalog”
Nasaktan ba kita?
Did I hurt you?
Ayaw kitang saktan.
I don’t want to hurt you.
Masakit ba? Masakit.
Does it hurt?
Masakit ang ginawa mo sa akin.
What you did to me hurt.
Continue reading “‘Did I Hurt You?’”
The Filipino word for ‘jealousy’ is selos.
a man prone to jealousy
a woman prone to jealousy
Continue reading “‘Are You Jealous?’ in Tagalog”
There are many different Tagalog words for love. Two commonly used nouns are pag-ibig and pagmamahal.
Continue reading “Love in Tagalog: Pag-ibig / Pagmamahal”
Most Filipinos simply use the English phrase “Happy Valentine’s Day” on February 14. But if you wish to express your admiration in Tagalog, here are a few possible pickup lines. Continue reading “Valentine’s Day Pickup Lines”
The Tagalog word for ‘marry’ or ‘marriage’ is kasal
Continue reading “‘Will You Marry Me?’”