Elementary – Lilipat Migration

26 11 2012

Saying goodbye is never easy, but remembering always softens the blow. In this new lesson from the Kspeak Crew, we talk something every Filipino can relate to – migration! We will also learn how easy it is to use the future tense in Filipino! Kinig na!


A: Lilipat kami papuntang States.
B: Hah? Kailan kayo aalis?
A: Bukas na.
B: Ay. Huwag mo akong kalimutan ah.

A: We’ll be moving to the States.
B: What?! When are you leaving?
A: Tomorrow.
B: Oh.. please don’t forget me…

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Elementary-We’re Late. Maliligo Lang Ako.

20 04 2012

You’re in a rush, you have  to get going, but your friend stinks. What to do?  Well, practice this helpful dialog of course! Mickey and Jovitt break down the useful phrases of this episode, while Pupay and Razi talk about palangganas, tabos, and taking a shower!

A: Pare, huli na tayo!
B: Maliligo lang ako nang mabilis!
A: Ano? Huli na tayo!
B: Alam ko! Kaso, ang baho ko eh!

A: Dude, we’re late!
B: I’ll just take a quick shower!
A: Whut?! We’re late!
B: I know! But I stink!

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Pika-Pika – Anong Pangalan Mo?

17 06 2009

Pika-pika PangalanWe’ve all known each other for quite some time and fortunately we’ve all been courteous enough to introduce ourselves. But what if you encounter a stranger, a little lost kid, or a duwende perhaps? I’m sure they won’t be going all James Bond with their names. So in order to get the ball rolling in the friendship and familiarity department, here’s a quick lesson on asking someone’s name

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