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REVIEW: Birdman

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National Day of Mourning

PinoyExchange is one with the country in mourning for the fallen heroes of the Mamasapano incident.

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REVIEW: Into the Woods

Not the typical Disney kid-friendly film you'd expect and most definitely not to be missed.

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PHOTOS: UST Notches Third Straight Win

The UST Tigresses extended their winning streak to three straight games after an impressive three-set victory over NU.

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PHOTOS: TNT Gets First Win vs RoS

TNT's first game in Life After Jimmy, Willie Miller back right where he belongs, all that and more in our PBA game gallery!

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    yes, kutsilyo and panghiwa. kutsilyo has spanish origin if im not mistaken but kampit is the Filipino word for it, ill check again at home if im wrong but thats what i remember.

  2. #102
    ^ oh i see... yun pala talaga ang Filipino term nun..

  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by neneodin View Post
    saltpeter (ingredient for making longganisa)
    saltpeter = salitre

  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by denmarck View Post
    eh ang dough nut?
    Huwag!

  5. #105
    Ano ang Tagalog ng Chemistry?

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by Celynne View Post
    Persuading - hinihimok, iniengganyo
    Persevere- pursigi

    Ang alam ko ang Tagalog ng persuading ay unang kasal.

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    Beneath the towering pines kensamor's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mconnoisseur View Post
    Ano ang Tagalog ng Chemistry?
    Parang me narinig akong ganyan. Iyan ba yung Kapnayan?

  8. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by kensamor View Post
    Parang me narinig akong ganyan. Iyan ba yung Kapnayan?

  9. #109
    Beneath the towering pines kensamor's Avatar
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    ^Hehehe. Galing ko!!!

  10. #110
    Mg2Mg5Si8O22(OH)2 Naked_Salvation's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mconnoisseur View Post
    Huwag!
    Natawa naman ako dito

    =====

    Airplane = Salipawpaw

    Tama ba?

  11. #111
    Quayside Synthesis hardkandy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by chevy_camaro23 View Post
    hindi ko pa ren gets... hehehe! anu *** layman's term nia sa tagalog..
    alam ko stereotype = pangkaraniwan eh... im not really sure lang..
    "in layman's terms"- "sa madaling salita"? Not sure though

  12. #112
    Stereotype - ang unang o pangkaraniwang naiisip

    Halimbawa - Pag sinabing guro, ang una o karaniwant nating naiisip ay...

    In layman's term - sa karaniwang pananalita

    In short - Sa madaling salita

  13. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by Mconnoisseur View Post
    Ang alam ko ang Tagalog ng persuading ay unang kasal.
    Sige na nga. Kaya lang may nagsabi na nyan sa p. 2.

  14. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by Celynne View Post
    Stereotype - ang unang o pangkaraniwang naiisip

    Halimbawa - Pag sinabing guro, ang una o karaniwant nating naiisip ay...

    In layman's term - sa karaniwang pananalita

    In short - Sa madaling salita
    aprub! salamat!

  15. #115
    zickezackezauber neneodin's Avatar
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    Angst and Uber

    This words are now using in English grammar although this are german words...meaning angst is afraid and uber is over

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  17. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by 2424 View Post
    yes, kutsilyo and panghiwa. kutsilyo has spanish origin if im not mistaken but kampit is the Filipino word for it, ill check again at home if im wrong but thats what i remember.
    Yes. And lanseta , which must have a spanish origin, is also used.

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    ABSOBLOODYLUTELY ay.ako.ba's Avatar
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    jockey >> hinete

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    I PITY THE FOOL!!! ermonski's Avatar
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    yung knife kung gusto niyong medyo mabangis ang pagkakatagalog pwede ring balisong hehe

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    zickezackezauber neneodin's Avatar
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    Tagalog na ba ang plantsa?

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