He Wants to Learn More Tagalog Expressions

My boyfriend is reading my blog and he wants to learn more Tagalog expressions. So, today I will blog about some expressions that we use on daily activities. First stop:

TRANSPORTATION

How much is the fare going to _________?  Magkano ang pamasahe papuntang _________?

         ( Mag / kah / noh / ang / pah / mah / sa / heh / pah / pun / tang ________? )

Where does this bus go?  Saan papunta ang bus na ito?

           ( Sa / an / pah / pun / tah / ang / bus / na / ee / to ?)

Does this bus stop in ________?  Hihinto ba ang bus na ito sa ___________?

       ( Hee / hin / to / ba / ang / bus / na / ee / to / sa _________?

I’m going to take a bus .  Sasakay ako sa bus. ( Sa / sa / kay / ah / koh / sa / bus. )

When does the bus for _________ leave? Kelan aalis ang bus papuntang ________?

     (Keh / lan / ah / ah /lis / ang /bus / pah /pun /tang __________?)

What time is this bus going to leave?  Anong oras aalis itong bus?

                 (Ah / nong / O / ras / ah / ah / lis / ee / tong / bus ? )

What time will the bus arrive? è Anong oras dadating ang bus?

                 (Ah / nong / dah / dah / ting / ang / bus?)

How do I get to _______?  Paano papuntang _________?

                   ( Pah / ah / noh / pah / pun / tang ________?)

Can you drop me off at _____?  Pwede mo ba akong ibaba sa ________?

           ( Pweh / de / moh / bah / ah / kong / ee / bah / bah / sa _____? )

Sir , where is my change?  Mama , saan ang sukli ko ?

                   ( Mah / mah / sa / an / ang / lee / koh? )

Stop! è Para! ( to get off a bus / jeepney )  ( Pah / rah! )

How much does it cost to get to ________?  Magkano papuntang ______?

                   ( Mag / kah / noh / pah / pun / tang ______? )

Turn Left. è Kumaliwa. ( Koh / mah / lee / wah. )

Turn Right . è Kumanan. ( Koh / mah / nan.)

 

Hope it can help . I have this expression that it took a long time for me to know how to translate it in English. For example, you will pay your fare in the jeepney, you should say “ Mama, Bayad po. “. Till next time.

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