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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Elementary – Gutom! Sisig!

26 11 2011

After a long wait, we’re back with, yes, you guessed it, another food-related lesson! Cris, Jov, and Mickey tackle a classic Pampangueno dish: sisig – a staple for almost every Filipino who drinks beer or hangs out in a grill. It’s delicious. It’s succulent. It’s pig’s head. And it’s making us hungry.

A: Gutom na ako!
B: Maghintay ka muna!
A: Bakit ang tagal?
B: Hindi pa luto yung sisig!
A: AAARGH! GUTOM NA AKO!

A:I’m hungry!!!
B: Just wait a while!
A: What’s taking so long?
B: The sisig isn’t cooked yet!
A: ARGH! I’M HUNGRY!

 

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Pika-pika! – Bahala Na Si Batman

2 08 2011

Caught in a pickle? Bite off more than you can chew? Crap hit the fan? Thinking of eating that balut? In love with Katy Perry but you’re not Russell Brand? Well, if you don’t know what to do, then listen in!  Cris and Mickey talk about this odd, yet interesting, Filipino expression!

[audio https://kalyespeak.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/pika-pika-bahala-na-si-batman.mp3]

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Try Mo Try Ko! – Bilangan ng Baboy

1 07 2011

Let’s start July off with a new lesson to pig out on! Ah, did you get that? Did you get that clue? If you did, then this month’s offering of Try Mo, Try Ko will be as easy as pie (even if its an advanced lesson!). Don’t forget to leave your answers on the message board!

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[audio https://kalyespeak.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/try-mo-try-ko-bilangan-ng-baboy.mp3]

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Try Mo Try Ko! – Breaking Up

7 02 2011

Lessons too basic for you? Well, here’s a good way to test your Filipino listening and comprehension skills! Listen in as Razi and Cris introduce Kalyespeak’s newest series “Try Mo, Try ko!”

Leave your answers to the questions in the comments section! Who knows, you might even get a shout-out for being the first to answer correctly! 🙂

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Pika-pika! – Yiheeeeeee!

30 09 2009

Pika-pika Yihee

Ever notice that something romantic’s a-brewing between two of your friends? Ever see the subtle touches on the shoulder, the intimate whispers, the exceedingly awkward politeness? Ever want to put them on the spot?! Well, in this Pika-pika, you’ll learn how! With just one annoying word (can it even be considered a word?!), you’ll be putting romantic issues of others out in the open (or even make romantic issues out of nothing!). So, listen in and master the art of the perfectly-timed ‘Yihee!’.

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