Basic Filipino Language Tutorial

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  • angga yudistira
    angga yudistira Day ago

    Sandal ilang

  • Afreen Ateeq
    Afreen Ateeq 2 days ago

    I miss my Filipino friends in Saudi after watching this vedios I love u all miss u I'm from India

  • ben yosep
    ben yosep 3 days ago

    Where’s the chip I can stick in my brain?

  • muhammad luthfi
    muhammad luthfi 10 days ago

    Sendal ilang

  • Raider Gamer
    Raider Gamer 12 days ago

    Gonna watch this around some friends

  • *100k Subs* *1 Video*
    *100k Subs* *1 Video* 12 days ago

    Marunong ako niyan boi

  • Manelcaaa
    Manelcaaa 17 days ago

    THATS NOT FILIPINO..ITS CALLED TAGALOG..FILIPINO ARE THE PEOPLE

  • Anis Kumar
    Anis Kumar 23 days ago

    Hi My Dear Friend
    I want to learn Tagalo language it is to study but difficult to Pronounciation the word Any body can help me
    whatapps : +974 77802489

  • 柴犬
    柴犬 29 days ago

    If any people are wondering why tagalog sounds like Spanish, its because the Philippines had been held captive by Spanish people because of the natural resources and many more. Other countries such as America and Japan have tried to rake over the Philippines.Tagalog and many other things were influenced by the spanish be cause the event took many decades.

  • 柴犬
    柴犬 29 days ago

    Sorry for my language...
    Here are some common phrases: *first thing that comes to mind*
    Putang ina

  • Satria Mokoginta
    Satria Mokoginta Month ago

    Tagalog's philippine language is very similar to the tribe language of Mongondow Bantik and lolak ,the province of North Sulawesi in Indonesia, because according to history many philippines had strayed in the Indonesian part of North Sulawesi, because their ship sank, and eventually they settled and had a family in North Sulawesi. Tagalog language is very similar to the language of 5 tribes in North Sulawesi Indonesia. in Bolaang Mongondow Regency, Minahasa, Manado and Gorontalo, and Sanger Islands
    for examples
    Mongondow : nogogoyon akuoi
    tagalog filipin : nagugutom ako
    Indonesia : aku lapar
    Mongondow : Bahoy
    filipin : bahay
    indonesia : rumah
    Mongondow : Intao
    filipin tagalog : tao
    indonesia : manusia

    mongondow : mobagu
    filipin : bago
    indonesia ; Baru

  • Amylia Is here
    Amylia Is here Month ago

    Omy i have boyfriend but he is fillipino boy and i was muslim girl me and him in the same school but i need to learn this language more

  • Nelvin Miguel
    Nelvin Miguel Month ago

    This is helpful for me now i could speak Filipino because my family is from the Phlilppines!!

  • ام فيصل ام فيصل

    😙😙

  • SADNESS TV
    SADNESS TV Month ago

    Pabili Po

  • Faith Ann Jordan
    Faith Ann Jordan Month ago

    tao po?
    me: HINDI alien po ako hindi tao... paumanhin po but you got the wrong tao... nah just kidding.
    I'm filipino but i can't speak tagalog since i grew up inj europe

  • LaskaM Am
    LaskaM Am Month ago

    terima ksih membantu sekali

  • Pupperdoodle
    Pupperdoodle Month ago

    I am wondering how to put together word in sentence.

  • krishna vinnakota
    krishna vinnakota Month ago

    Thank you

  • Sharmella Krishnasamy
    Sharmella Krishnasamy 2 months ago

    Goodbye forever!

  • Unicorn Mermaid
    Unicorn Mermaid 2 months ago

    Ano?!

  • Gloria Buenaventura
    Gloria Buenaventura 2 months ago

    What is "po"

  • AWSOMUS LATEST
    AWSOMUS LATEST 2 months ago

    Sound nothing like. Chinese

  • Maureen Maddy
    Maureen Maddy 2 months ago

    Hi! I am a native tagalog speaker trying to refine and Improve my English speaking skills. If you are a native English speaker who would like to learn tagalog, I am willing to help u.

  • earth salt
    earth salt 2 months ago

    when your crush is pinoy

  • Leon Kilat
    Leon Kilat 2 months ago

    This is tagalog not Filipino
    opinion.inquirer.net/106636/filipino-not-tagalog-pilipino

  • Abdul Khaliq Faqiri
    Abdul Khaliq Faqiri 3 months ago

    What is it hnd ?

  • sen had
    sen had 3 months ago

    Kamusta kayo,
    I'm from india,I've some kabayans as friends on messenger and other social medias but few of them really chats with me. Some of them are very friendly and m lucky to have em.
    Bcz of em i learn some basic words, but i want to improve that and take it to the next level.
    It'll really helpful for me as I'm residing in uae and m dreaming of that day when i can speak tagalog to filipinos.

  • 111 222
    111 222 3 months ago

    Sandali lang = one moment (tagalog)
    Sandal ilang = the slippers gone ! (Indonesian)

  • Belle _YT
    Belle _YT 3 months ago

    Kumusta ka!

  • Randomness and Co.
    Randomness and Co. 3 months ago

    I love this video!!😜

  • katsubong papi
    katsubong papi 4 months ago

    oi buhi pa diay ka = i miss you so much..

  • kylie. alessandra
    kylie. alessandra 4 months ago

    kayong mga taga pilipinas oo

  • candra Jaya
    candra Jaya 4 months ago

    Mirip bahasa Indonesia

  • Nice Nice
    Nice Nice 4 months ago

    Goof

  • Jejyu Rai
    Jejyu Rai 4 months ago

    *PUTANG INA MO BOBO*

  • papu joy
    papu joy 4 months ago +2

    very nice

  • Its LondonGacha
    Its LondonGacha 5 months ago

    Pag ako sa kaibigan ko
    UY imbis na kamusta he..he..

  • Dongan Hutagalung
    Dongan Hutagalung 5 months ago +1

    Very similar with Indonesian language. Example to say 'i am", in tagalog "ako" and in bahasa "aku".
    I think within 2 months I can master the language of tagalog.

  • Zarina Macagaan
    Zarina Macagaan 5 months ago +2

    Lol just too easy

  • Zarina Macagaan
    Zarina Macagaan 5 months ago

    Kamusta po ako si ???

  • Zarina Macagaan
    Zarina Macagaan 5 months ago

    C:

  • Manny Apuhin
    Manny Apuhin 5 months ago

    you must listen opm songs (filipino music)
    to learn a lil bit

  • Alyxx! at the disco
    Alyxx! at the disco 5 months ago

    I have a friend from the Philippines, and though I've never taken interest in Filipino, I want to know some basic things because I want to surprise my friend somehow. I'll study more if I like learning it, though I'm not pretty sure if I'll do so, I'm already learning other three languages at the same time haha.

  • Afnan Ibrahim
    Afnan Ibrahim 5 months ago +1

    How to say good night

  • Awkward Bts Unicornthatfartsrainbows

    I'm learning Filipino because I wanna talk to BTS

  • Gerard
    Gerard 5 months ago

    slow down

  • Deh Sky
    Deh Sky 5 months ago

    "Anong pangalan mo?"
    *ako si maria* ako si inday*
    *_PAALAM_*

  • Mary Grace Takeuchi
    Mary Grace Takeuchi 5 months ago

    sobrang formal.. they should teach more useful phrases like what a native Filipinos use... most of these phrases are just to strange to hear for most of Filipinos.

  • Najih1307
    Najih1307 5 months ago

    Sandalnya hilang...

  • Shawn Yeoh
    Shawn Yeoh 5 months ago

    I've read some comments here that ruins the language! If you have nothing good to say, will you just shut your mouth! You're just misleading other people especially the foreign ones in learning our own language!
    #pissedoff!

  • R Cecario
    R Cecario 5 months ago

    wow. like indonesian. we were near

  • Never Time
    Never Time 5 months ago

    I'm Filipino American & my parents decided not to make it a priority to teach me Tagalog. I've gotten backlash for this from many types of people including other minorities in America for saying that it's a shame, that I don't know my own culture. This has given me so much anxiety & stress my whole life. Plus, they spoke their own dialect. Now that I'm older and now that I feel there's a lot of international interest in the Philippines, I have more interest to learn on my own.

  • Random
    Random 5 months ago

    I need help to decode a audio to text

  • Yoeseph Gbastian
    Yoeseph Gbastian 6 months ago

    Sandal siape yang ilang woy?? Wkwkwk

  • Pia Rosales
    Pia Rosales 6 months ago

    피리핀 사랑합니다~~ 네 이르믄 피아 입니다! 마나서 방갚슴니다 칭구야~~~
    charot bat ba ko nanonood neto e pilipino naman ako hahaha

  • Pia Rosales
    Pia Rosales 6 months ago

    피리핀 사랑합니다~~ 네 이르믄 피아 입니다! 마나서 방갚슴니다 칭구야~~~
    charot bat ba ko nanonood neto e pilipino naman ako hahaha

  • Darth Vader
    Darth Vader 6 months ago +1

    I'm from Indonesia,I watch this because I see this in my notification then I just click, even though I don't understand😑😐😑😑

  • Rzqi Haddid
    Rzqi Haddid 6 months ago +2

    Magandang umaga , ako si rizki#salam dari Indonesia 😊

  • Enr1218 gaming
    Enr1218 gaming 6 months ago

    Filipino: banyo=bathroom
    Both sound the same
    Spanish:Baño=bathroom

  • Enr1218 gaming
    Enr1218 gaming 6 months ago

    Ano in filipino means what and in spanish anus

    • maribel arboleda
      maribel arboleda 5 months ago

      Enr1218 gaming it just a coincidence also in japanese ano means what

  • cindy mananzala martinez

    i want to start a poll...does the filipino accent/language sound annoying to a foreigner's ear or not?...i would like to know from a foreigner's point of view

  • Bhagz O'really
    Bhagz O'really 6 months ago

    Now i know..ang dami ko palang informal tagalog word.haha

  • Jaime Serut
    Jaime Serut 6 months ago

    Mali yung kamusta... Ang tama ay Kumusta. WIKApedia mula sa @pcdspo: Alin ang tama: KAMUSTA o KUMUSTA? facebook.com/wikapediaph. In my case I don't use kamusta parang hindi maganda sa pandinig.

  • xXNub_Xx
    xXNub_Xx 6 months ago

    Honestly, this is better than what I speak which is Cantonese

  • Thawanhathai YT
    Thawanhathai YT 6 months ago

    I do not understand this language

  • Edho Ferdian D C
    Edho Ferdian D C 7 months ago

    Sandal ilang? Dicolong sopo?

  • Arif Rizal
    Arif Rizal 7 months ago +1

    Walang ako pake

  • Yoon Soo Kim
    Yoon Soo Kim 7 months ago

    Wow! This language of the Philippines is a little bit too hard!

  • kuraigu
    kuraigu 7 months ago

    I think their facial expression is too annoying

  • Clownmask GT
    Clownmask GT 7 months ago

    I know one, Bobo

  • Martin Espinosa
    Martin Espinosa 7 months ago

    kamusta: sounds like spanish

  • Hirone Salameda
    Hirone Salameda 7 months ago

    Hello I'm hirone kamusta po kau?

  • Nolra08
    Nolra08 7 months ago

    Kamusta po kayo is wrong... it should be Kumusta po kayo... although we understand kamusta the correct spelling is kumusta which is derived from word Como Estas in spanish...

  • Yui Metal
    Yui Metal 7 months ago +2

    This is too formal. We don't speak like this at all.

  • Eumero Barreno
    Eumero Barreno 7 months ago

    You should translate the appropriate Filipino words.
    Hello is also hello in Filipino? -incorrect
    Kumusta is hello/hi not kamusta.

  • Milagros provido
    Milagros provido 7 months ago

    I can't talk in filipino

  • Princess_Ash_ Noire
    Princess_Ash_ Noire 8 months ago

    We don't only say paumanhin at say sorry we say SORREH

    • Eumero Barreno
      Eumero Barreno 7 months ago

      Princess Ashley Noire No, we should not say that, because foreigners might learn that not the actual Filipino wordsm

  • Nichitha Nandagiri
    Nichitha Nandagiri 8 months ago

    The word Hindi is no in Filipino but Indian language is hindi

  • ꧾꧾ ꧾꧾ
    ꧾꧾ ꧾꧾ 8 months ago

    kamusta = como esta ?

  • Abu Sayed Miha
    Abu Sayed Miha 8 months ago

    good

  • SunKissNicole
    SunKissNicole 8 months ago +1

    I did Ancestry and found out I'm half Filipino and black and I'm so excited to dig deeper into my roots and learn as much as I can 💛

  • Maywachi Marak
    Maywachi Marak 8 months ago +1

    I love phillipines movies and love the language as well 😘😘😘

  • Daniel Bia
    Daniel Bia 8 months ago +2

    Love Filipinas!

  • Anis Haneef
    Anis Haneef 8 months ago

    It's very fast

  • Bozena Nowak
    Bozena Nowak 8 months ago

    I like it :)

  • Zats Zone
    Zats Zone 8 months ago +1

    Why Tagalog is the national language when more Filipinos in the country speak bisaya...in Visayas and Mindanao part..like else in Luzon only

    • LogicaILy Insane
      LogicaILy Insane 7 months ago

      Zats Zone what early invaders are you talking about before spaniards came.. even luzon is not fully invaded by spanish..

    • LogicaILy Insane
      LogicaILy Insane 7 months ago

      Zats Zone tagalog is mandatory to the philippines so we can understand each other.. and better get a homegrown language.. than speak only english as the lingua franca.. the sense of nationalism will die off if we speak english(american english).. we needed A push.. it is not a perfect solution.. but it is better than the former(english).. plus it is spoken by majority now.. time to move forward.. we need a unifying language that is homegrown to the philippines

    • Zats Zone
      Zats Zone 7 months ago

      LogicaILy Insane you said that cause you only know the history in Luzon that has been recorded..how about the history in the south that haven't recorded? That our ancestors fought the early invaders before the Spaniards...the Spanish didn't fully conquered Visayas and Mindanao because we successfully defended it that's why they all gathered in Luzon

    • Zats Zone
      Zats Zone 7 months ago

      LogicaILy Insane that's why it's unfair..the people in Luzon decided to make the countries flag and it's national language but didn't consult the other region of the country, the other Filipinos in the south..our ancestors came from the south not in the north not in Luzon..

    • LogicaILy Insane
      LogicaILy Insane 7 months ago

      notice the sun in our flag has no meaning right, its rays has symbols the 8 provinces... almost all of the 8 provinces are ethnic tagalog.. the sun itself symbolizes the tagal race.. hidden history

  • SweetMaria
    SweetMaria 9 months ago

    I watch this so I learn Philippine I speak English

  • DJ sagar Magar
    DJ sagar Magar 9 months ago

    Hay nako mean what in English language please tell me

    • Eumero Barreno
      Eumero Barreno 7 months ago

      DJ sagar Magar no. Hay nako is just like oh my gosh

  • khir iskandar shah
    khir iskandar shah 9 months ago

    Same as malaysian language..ako and ikaw

  • len Genius
    len Genius 9 months ago +2

    Thank you for the video, I am trying to learn so I can help philipino people that come to work in my country. I find it is easier to make friends and get along with them. I know there are some barriers with the immigration laws and feel some are treated unfairly. I have seen many come and stay to make a life for their loved ones waiting in the Philippines. but have also witnessed many friends that have been sent back to the Philippines. once again thank you.

    • len Genius
      len Genius 7 months ago

      +Eumero Barreno kumusta, Where do you live.

    • Eumero Barreno
      Eumero Barreno 7 months ago

      len Genius I can teach you Filipino 😇

  • Zura Mars
    Zura Mars 9 months ago +2

    As "ingat" in tagalog means take care. In malay language "ingat" is remember. 😍

  • Zura Mars
    Zura Mars 9 months ago

    I only knew "maganda sister" 😅

  • Maryjean Linton
    Maryjean Linton 9 months ago

    Its annoying because my mom is Filipino but she didn't teach me tagalog

  • Jungkook BTS MONSTA X GOT7 EXO12

    hi im from korea in im speaking tagalog,

  • Mike Villano
    Mike Villano 10 months ago

    This is a great resource.
    Thank you.

  • Hector CIsneros
    Hector CIsneros 10 months ago

    i only came here because my great great great grandmother or my great great grandmother was Philippines.

  • okayynana
    okayynana 11 months ago +1

    I'm only here because I follow a lot of beautiful Filipino TheXvidrs, and I want to know more about their culture

  • zie sam
    zie sam 11 months ago

    Kumusta is the right word not kamusta.

  • Francis
    Francis 11 months ago

    Don't know why i have these sudden urge to learn my own tongue; i should be practising my english pronunciation and grammar but. Wala lang nonsense comment #ignorecomments.
    Though words indicated here are a bit or is in formal form e.g. we don't commonly say paalam instead just bye with filipino accent on it.