Tagalog Phrases About The Weather

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The weather is a common topic for starting up a conversation. Like in English, Tagalog also uses phrases related to weather as forms of greetings.

panahon
weather


Maganda ang panahon.
The weather is beautiful.


Magandang panahon.
Beautiful weather. (can be used as a casual greeting or to comment on the weather)


Masama ang panahon.
The weather is bad.


Mainit ang araw.
The day is hot.


Maulap ngayon.
It is cloudy today.


Maaraw ngayon.
It is sunny today.


Malamig ngayon.
It is cold today.


Mainit ngayon.
It is hot today.

Mahangin ngayon.
It is windy today.


Umuulan ngayon.
It is raining now.


Kumukulog na.
It’s thundering already.


Most Common Tagalog Greetings

Here are the common ways to greet people in Tagalog.

The word ‘maganda’ directly translates as ‘beautiful’, but is used as ‘good’ in the context of greeting someone. A beautiful morning is a good morning!


Magandang araw.
Good day.


Magandang umaga.
Good morning.


Magandang tanghali.
Good noon.

Magandang hapon.
Good afternoon.

Magandang gabi.
Good evening.

helo
hello


kamusta
hello


Kamusta ka?
How are you?


Kamusta kayo?
How are you? (plural)

Tagal na ah.
Long time no see.

Paalam.
Goodbye.

Hangang sa muli.
See you next time.


Tagalog Words For Nature

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disyerto
desert

kagubatan
forest

isla
island


bundok
mountain


burol
hill


langit
sky


tabing-dagat
beach


dagat
sea


ilog
river

lupa
earth


puno
tree


bulaklak
flower


Tagalog Words For Days And Months

Days of the week


araw
day


Linggo
Sunday


Lunes
Monday


Martes
Tuesday


Miyerkules
Wednesday


Huwebes
Thursday


Sabado
Saturday

Months of the year


buwan
month


Enero
January


Pebrero
February


Marso
March


Abril
April


Mayo
May


Hunyo
June


Hulyo
July


Agosto
August


Setyembre
Sepetmber


Oktubre
October


Nobyembre
November


Disyembre
December


Asking Questions In Tagalog

WHAT?

Ano?
What?

Example:


Ano ang pangalan mo?
What is your name?

WHEN?


Kailan?
When?

Example:


Kailan ka natulog?
When did you sleep?

WHICH?


Alin?
Which?

Example:


Alin ang gusto mong amoy?
Which smell do you like?

WHERE?


Saan?
Where?

Example:


Saan ka matutulog?
Where will you sleep?

WHY?


Bakit?
Why?

Example:


Bakit mo siya inaway?
Why did you fight him?

HOW?


Paano?
How?

Example:


Paano ka nakauwi kagabi?
How did you get home last night?

HOW MUCH?


Magkano?
How much?

Example:


Magkano ang tubig?
How much is water?


Tagalog Words For Directions


deretso
straight ahead


ikot
turn around

harap
front


likod
back


kanan
right


kaliwa
left

taas
top

baba
below


ilalim
the bottom


loob
inside


labas
outside


hilaga
north


timog
south


kanluran
west


silangan
east


Most Useful Tagalog Phrases


Oo
Yes


Hindi
No


Salamat.
Thank you.


Salamat po.
Thank you. (with respect)


Kamusta.
Hello.


Kamusta ka?
How are you?


Kamusta kayo?
How are you? (plural)


Mubiti ako.
I’m fine.

Ikaw?
How about you?

Tara na.
Let’s leave.


Ano ang pangalan mo?
What is your name?


Ang pangalan ko ay Allen.
My name is Allen.


Anong bago?
What’s new?


Magandang araw.
Good day.


Magandang umaga.
Good morning.


Magandang tanghali.
Good noon.

Magandang hapon.
Good afternoon.

Paalam.
Goodbye.


Hindi ko alam.
I don’t know.


Hindi ko naintindihan.
I didn’t understand.


Hindi kita narinig.
I didn’t hear you.


Naintindihan ko.
I understand.


Paumanhin.
Excuse me.

Patawad.
Sorry.

Gusto kita.
I like you.


Mahal kita.
I love you.


Seryoso ako.
I’m serious.

Lubayan mo ako.
Leave me alone.


Tulong!
Help!


Patulong po.
Please help me.

Sunog!
Fire!

Tigil!
Stop!

Tawagin mo ang pulis!
Call the police!

Ingat ka.
Take care.


Aalis na ako.
I’m leaving now.


Tagalog Words For Body Parts And Face Parts

Body


katawan
body


balat
skin

dugo
blood


buhok
hair


ulo
head

noo
forehead


leeg
neck


balikat
shoulder


kili-kili
armpit


likod
back

kamay
hand


daliri
fingers


dibdib
chest

suso
breast

tiyan
stomach

baywang
waist

hita
leg


tuhod
knee


paa
foot

Face


kilay
eyebrow


mata
eye

pilik-mata
eyelash


ilong
nose


tenga
ear


labi
lip

bibig
mouth


dila
tongue


Tagalog Words For Furniture


lamesa
table


silya
chair


upuan
seat of chair

aparador
cabinet


pinto
door


unan
pillow


kama
bed


telebisyon
television


Tagalog Words For People, Parents, Family, And Friends

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On your way to meet a Filipino family or perhaps you’re part of one? Here are pronouns for calling family members, parents, and friends in Tagalog.


tao
person/human


babae
girl


lalaki
boy


pamilya
family


asawa
wife/husband


anak
child


anak na babae
daughter


anak na lalaki
son


ama
father


tatay
dad


ina
mother


nanay
mom

kapatid
sibling


kuya
elder brother


ate
elder sister


lolo
grandfather


lola
grandmother


apo
grandchild


pinsan
cousin


tita
aunt


tito
uncle


pamangkin
nephew/niece


kaibigan
friend


kakilala
acquaintance


Tagalog On The Spot

Slang Of The Day

Jowa
lover / boyfriend / girlfriend

Example:
Jowa mo ba si Juan?
Is Juan your boyfriend?