No, sir. / No, ma’am.
Hindi na. / Huwag na.
Make an effort to learn at least a few basic phrases in Tagalog!
saglit; sigundo, minuto
archaic spelling: ubi
The plant that bears ube has the scientific name Dioscorea alata. It has heart-shaped leaves. Ube is also known in English as water yam or winged yam. On the island of Hawaii, it is known as uhi.
from the Spanish word lunes
A popular Filipino treat with Japanese origins, haluhalo consists of a blend of fruits, sweet preserves, evaporated milk, and shaved ice. It is frequently topped with a scoop of ice cream. The name literally means “Mix-Mix” referring to the hodgepodge of ingredients.
The Tagalog word kita has many different meanings and pronunciations.
In the phrase Mahal kita (I love you), mahal means “love” and kita means “I to you”.
I’ll give you a bath.
I’ll observe you.
You are my friend.