[sentence] I love you. Root: Mahal.
People usually say “I love you” when telling someone they love them. In Filipino it is “Mahal Kita“. You can also say “Mahal na Mahal kita” which means I love you very much.
“Sinta” is an old-fashioned Tagalog word for love.
Mahal literally means “expensive,” but when used in the context of relationships, the more accurate translation is “precious.” Calling someone “mahal” isn’t just about expressing the feeling of love, it’s underlining a person’s worth.
Karenina Castro: Kinamumuhian kita is the Tagalog equivalent of “I hate you”. This is the expression when you are angry with someone.
Salamat is the Filipino word for “thank you”. You may want to use a more formal expression to express your gratitude, in which case salamat po is more appropriate. You would use Salamat Po when thanking someone older than you.
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Nobya or kasintahan are both used to mean girlfriend, fiancee or lover. Nobyo means friend. syota is Tagalog slang for darling, girlfriend or boyfriend.
Physical contact: Among relatives or friends of the same sex, it is common for Filipinos to walk hand in hand or arm in arm. This is generally done as a sign of affection, friendship or if they are shy and would like to accompany someone.
The phrase “Ay-ayaten ka.” literally means loving you and loving you.
The Tagalog word Mahal as a noun means “love”, but as an adjective it means “expensive” or “expensive” or “dear”..
Ano ang pangalan mo? (a-no ang pa-nga-lan mo) / What’s your name? As part of the introduction phase or when you get to know someone, use this phrase to ask for their name.
Say “Good Luck” in Tagalog
Most Filipinos actually use the English phrase “Good Luck”. The following Taglish phrase is a common way of wishing a friend good luck: Gud lak sa ‘yo. Much luck. Gud lak sa inyo.
When greeting strangers, a gentle handshake accompanied by a smile is common among men. For women, a smile and a wave of the hand is the usual greeting. Close friends and family may accompany a handshake with a pat on the back. Women can hug and kiss to greet each other.