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  1. #1

    Question Learning How To Speak Panggalatok

    hey everyone!! Ok, I need you help....is there anyone around here who can help me learn how to speak PANGGALATOK??? Yun kasi yung dialect ng boy friend ko, and being originally from Manila, and not having any province at all, talagang Filipino and English lang ang alam ko!!! We've been going out for almost two years and really want to learn how to speak their dialect. Is there a book that I can get online? HELP ME NAMAN!!!

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    ooppsss

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    two words you need to learn first:

    Agabangatan = sh!t, demmit
    Bauninam = p%k#$@$#mo



    ask BabyFATS, Eterna or iostream if u need to learn more

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    Post Try this...

    Here are some site/thread you can visit:

    http://pangasinan.proboards7.com/index.cgi?#Province
    http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...threadid=26804

    If you are really interested, hindi ka mahihirapan.

    I have learned lots of dialects as well as languages...in the passage of time...with lots of practice, u will be able to converse with people.

    O siya, success with your endeavor...

    BTW...here's a beautiful love song...perhaps ur bf knows this...

    Malinak lay labi, Oras lay mareen
    Mapalpalnay dagem, Katekep toy linaew
    Samit day kugip ko, Binangonan kon tampol
    Lapu'd say linggas mo, Sikan-sikay amamayoen

    Refrain:

    Lalo la bilay no sika lay nanengneng
    Napunas lan amin so ermin ya akbibiten
    No nanonotan ko lay samit day ugalim
    Agtaka nalingwanan anggad kaoyos na bilay.

    Repeat refrain.


    And here's the English translation with added lyrics to be spoken before the song.


    a night piece

    a personal translation from a Pangasinan serenade entitled "Malinac Lay Labi"

    ( Your eyes excelled the morning sun
    Your smile laden my breast with flame
    I'll boast upon that lilting sun
    Your beauty worthy of a name
    O what shall I give but a song
    A song to sing my love for you
    A song to time and space belong
    Until the world is born anew )

    (Here is the song translation)

    The night is calm my love
    And time is fleeting still

    The wind is breathing low
    Kissed by the evening dew

    How sweet it is to dream
    That I have to wake for you

    Your fair attemper face
    I shall always caress

    O when the night is come
    And you my love I see

    The sadness all is gone
    Buried deeply in my soul

    Whenever I recall
    Loving ways you are wont to

    I shall not forget you
    Till I am laid to rest

  5. #5

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    here's one:

    tagalog:
    sa inyo ba yung mani?

    panggasinan:
    mani yu tan?

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    Sometimes, bad words are easier to learn... but I will give u the good termilogies...my spelling is not good (pronounce it as spelled here.)...so bear with me..

    iniibig kita - inar aro taka.
    anong ginagawa mo/ninyo? - Anto'y gagawon mo/yo?
    anong pangalan mo? - Antoy ngaran mo?
    saan ka nakatira? iner ka man aayam?


    to be continued...or perhaps u want some phrases...just ask and if I can I will translate it to you...that way you can easily learn...

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    Post Re: Learning How To Speak Panggalatok

    Originally posted by crunky4SKEEZ
    hey everyone!! Ok, I need you help....is there anyone around here who can help me learn how to speak PANGGALATOK??? Yun kasi yung dialect ng boy friend ko, and being originally from Manila, and not having any province at all, talagang Filipino and English lang ang alam ko!!! We've been going out for almost two years and really want to learn how to speak their dialect. Is there a book that I can get online? HELP ME NAMAN!!!
    hi there,
    wouldn't you mine if i'll correct your word PANGGALATOK? i guess the the right word for that is PANGGASININSE. but you're okey,they won't mind being callled pangalatok. i myself is part PANGGALATOK and part PAMPANGUENYO. "ay PANGGALATOK KA pala" sabi nila. ang tanong ko naman sa kanya ay " saan ba ang probinsiya mo"? sagot naman nila ay " taga Maynila ako" oh really? although i was born and raised in Manila i always visit my parents'relatives and their parents in their provinces. so i'm either KAPAMPANGAN OR PANGGALATOK. pinaghalo ang magastos at kuripot. maselan at hindi maselan sa pagkain. kulay PANGGALATOK pero mukhang KAPAMPANGAN. kung minsan masipag at kung minsan naman ay tamad. but i rather be known as a PANGGALATOK than a KAPAMPANGAN or a MANILENYO. wanna learn more about their personalities? (exept for the MANELINYO of course)

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    Originally posted by damulag
    here's one:

    tagalog:
    sa inyo ba yung mani?

    panggasinan:
    mani yu tan?
    ay agi

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    ano yung meron (mayroon) sa panggalatok?

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    istarbaks

    meron - wala (pangasinan)



    Panggalatok is not the right term for the dialect. The dialect is Pangasinan as also the name of the province. Pangasinense is the name given to the local folks of Pangasinan

    Just want to share this site

    Pangasinan Site

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    If you want to learn Pangasinan, you should check this out http://learnpangalatok.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNierop View Post
    Here are some site/thread you can visit:

    http://pangasinan.proboards7.com/index.cgi?#Province
    http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...threadid=26804

    If you are really interested, hindi ka mahihirapan.

    I have learned lots of dialects as well as languages...in the passage of time...with lots of practice, u will be able to converse with people.

    O siya, success with your endeavor...

    BTW...here's a beautiful love song...perhaps ur bf knows this...

    Malinak lay labi, Oras lay mareen
    Mapalpalnay dagem, Katekep toy linaew
    Samit day kugip ko, Binangonan kon tampol
    Lapu'd say linggas mo, Sikan-sikay amamayoen

    Refrain:

    Lalo la bilay no sika lay nanengneng
    Napunas lan amin so ermin ya akbibiten
    No nanonotan ko lay samit day ugalim
    Agtaka nalingwanan anggad kaoyos na bilay.

    Repeat refrain.


    And here's the English translation with added lyrics to be spoken before the song.


    a night piece

    a personal translation from a Pangasinan serenade entitled "Malinac Lay Labi"

    ( Your eyes excelled the morning sun
    Your smile laden my breast with flame
    I'll boast upon that lilting sun
    Your beauty worthy of a name
    O what shall I give but a song
    A song to sing my love for you
    A song to time and space belong
    Until the world is born anew )

    (Here is the song translation)

    The night is calm my love
    And time is fleeting still

    The wind is breathing low
    Kissed by the evening dew

    How sweet it is to dream
    That I have to wake for you

    Your fair attemper face
    I shall always caress

    O when the night is come
    And you my love I see

    The sadness all is gone
    Buried deeply in my soul

    Whenever I recall
    Loving ways you are wont to

    I shall not forget you
    Till I am laid to rest
    nice one

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNierop View Post
    Here are some site/thread you can visit:

    http://pangasinan.proboards7.com/index.cgi?#Province
    http://www.pinoyexchange.com/forums/...threadid=26804

    If you are really interested, hindi ka mahihirapan.

    I have learned lots of dialects as well as languages...in the passage of time...with lots of practice, u will be able to converse with people.

    O siya, success with your endeavor...

    BTW...here's a beautiful love song...perhaps ur bf knows this...

    Malinak lay labi, Oras lay mareen
    Mapalpalnay dagem, Katekep toy linaew
    Samit day kugip ko, Binangonan kon tampol
    Lapu'd say linggas mo, Sikan-sikay amamayoen

    Refrain:

    Lalo la bilay no sika lay nanengneng
    Napunas lan amin so ermin ya akbibiten
    No nanonotan ko lay samit day ugalim
    Agtaka nalingwanan anggad kaoyos na bilay.

    Repeat refrain.


    And here's the English translation with added lyrics to be spoken before the song.


    a night piece

    a personal translation from a Pangasinan serenade entitled "Malinac Lay Labi"

    ( Your eyes excelled the morning sun
    Your smile laden my breast with flame
    I'll boast upon that lilting sun
    Your beauty worthy of a name
    O what shall I give but a song
    A song to sing my love for you
    A song to time and space belong
    Until the world is born anew )

    (Here is the song translation)

    The night is calm my love
    And time is fleeting still

    The wind is breathing low
    Kissed by the evening dew

    How sweet it is to dream
    That I have to wake for you

    Your fair attemper face
    I shall always caress

    O when the night is come
    And you my love I see

    The sadness all is gone
    Buried deeply in my soul

    Whenever I recall
    Loving ways you are wont to

    I shall not forget you
    Till I am laid to rest
    nice one

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    ^ ayun, ikinasal ba? haha. Sorry naman

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    yes meanie kasi iisa na ang higaan nila, mukhang magbalae yung nag usap ...

  20. #17
    konti lang ang alam kong panggalatok.

    i love you- inaro ta ka
    Yes- On

  21. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by crunky4SKEEZ View Post
    hey everyone!! Ok, I need you help....is there anyone around here who can help me learn how to speak PANGGALATOK??? Yun kasi yung dialect ng boy friend ko, and being originally from Manila, and not having any province at all, talagang Filipino and English lang ang alam ko!!! We've been going out for almost two years and really want to learn how to speak their dialect. Is there a book that I can get online? HELP ME NAMAN!!!
    i'm willing to teach u...









    i accept payments thru paypal

  22. #19

    Learn Pangasinan on your iPhone/iPod

    Learn Ilocano link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/learn...17609514?mt=8#
    Learn Tagalog link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/learn...334703257?mt=8
    Learn Pangasinan link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/learn...334892446?mt=8


    Cupertino, CA, USA -Feb 12, 201- Dialect 101 announced today the release of version 1.0 of Learn Ilocano for iPhone and iPod Touch, to teach Ilocano the easy way for first-time learners and refreshers alike.


    What is Learn Ilocano?

    Learn Ilocano is a collection of effective and fun learning materials to learn the Ilocano language packed in a versatile program.

    The ways Learn Ilocano helps users learn is through stimulating interactive and audio-visual activities to trigger maximum retention. The program includes the most-used and practical phrases and dialogs to enable even the first-time user converse in Ilocano fluently.

    Learn Ilocano features autoplay option where the words are spoken alongside the english equivalent -- a perfect partner while driving or multitasking. If you are more of an interactive learner, you can take advantage of the click-and-play interface to focus on the most challenging words and phrases.


    Learn Ilocano is US$7.99 per download. It is available at the iTunes Store.

  23. #20
    patulong po....pa-translate po ng mga words na to sa panggalatok....kelangan na kelangan ko po kasi eh..wala ako mahanap sa internet..salamat po..

    kite
    green
    fence
    world
    flood
    sun
    straight
    thunder
    cloud
    fog
    hand
    fan
    tear
    wallet
    needle
    ash
    anger
    smile
    mirror
    light
    energy
    fly
    baby
    key
    life

    salamat po ulit hehe

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