Perhaps those from Batangas can chime in. The standard Tagalog spelling is Kumusta , but most Filipinos now use Kamusta.KUMUSTA KA AKING MAHAL with English translations(Original by Freddie Aguilar)
No, create an account now. Dictionary and thread title search: Walang anuman redmanPH! Maraming salamat po. Discussion in ' Tagalog and Filipino Languages ' started by leoman , Feb 12, 2011.
Kayo meaning you, multiple. Your name or email address: I don't think so. Also related to that are the Italian come va?
But d problema is i dont quite understand its meanings, coz i find words written in tagalog when translated to english is "somewhat upside down". Tagalog is known formally as Filipino , the name under which Tagalog is designated the national language of the Philippines, as well as an official language alongside English.
Po is used for deference or distance, ho is respectful but perhaps a bit familiar too while the absence of either means familiarity or casualness. I also believe kapampangan is a "dialect". Never use the construction "...
Ka, meaning "you" "Kumusta kayo" is when you are greeting more than one person with "how are you all ". When you want to be really respectful or deferential, say "Kumusta po sila? My confusion comes from the vocabulary book I use that in one place states that 'kumusta' means 'hi' or 'hallo', though literal meaning is 'how are you?
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I never heard of the word Pampanggo. I hope it helps! Well, just to be safe, call it a Filipino word.
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