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  1. #21
    siguro nga isQuash's Avatar
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    wow ang mga eksperto sa ispanggol andito na hi ka-sux.

    saan ka nakatira jerry x?maganda kumuha ka ng tutor kung walang spanish language school diyan senyo at least tutok pa sayo

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    hi te vi kumusta na?? long time no pex!!!

    ka-sux can you give us examples of modismos pls. thanks.. =)

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    ask ko lang, ang chabakano ba(salita sa Zamboanga and Cavite city(un mga ofld Cavite folks na lang ang marunong) eh maiintindihan ba ng mga Spanish speaking peeps?

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by isQuash View Post
    wow ang mga eksperto sa ispanggol andito na hi ka-sux.

    saan ka nakatira jerry x?maganda kumuha ka ng tutor kung walang spanish language school diyan senyo at least tutok pa sayo
    hmmm .. okay talaga pag tutukan. lalo na pag cute at magaling ang tutor

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by narugso View Post
    ask ko lang, ang chabakano ba(salita sa Zamboanga and Cavite city(un mga ofld Cavite folks na lang ang marunong) eh maiintindihan ba ng mga Spanish speaking peeps?
    Hmmm... sabi ng kaibigan kong Chavacano, nakakaintindi siya pero hindi ganun kalalim. Sabihin na nating may pagkakapareho sila, pero ang structure ng Chavacano sa Español ay ibang-iba.

    Kung sa Español ay sandamakmak na conjugations, sa Chavacano ay walang ganyan. Halimbawa, ang "comer" (to eat), sa Chavacano ay comer pa din. Pero kapag sa Español, nag-iiba na ang form niya dahil sa conjugations.

    Sa kabilang banda, hindi maiinitindihan ng mga native Spanish speakers ang Chavacano dahil na din sa ibang istruktura. Siguro kung mga salitang "Buenos días" "¿Qué tal?" eh maiintidihan pa. Pero kung malalim na, hindi na.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isQuash View Post
    hi te vi kumusta na?? long time no pex!!!

    ka-sux can you give us examples of modismos pls. thanks.. =)


    Como siempre, estoy ocupada! Nag-enrol ka ba sa Instituto?

    O eto typical expression:

    Menos da una piedra. - Mejor que nada (Better than nothing)

    Gurl 1: Pufff! La conexión a internet es lenta!
    Gurl 2: Pues, menos da una piedra no?


  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Viva La Tigresa View Post
    Hmmm... sabi ng kaibigan kong Chavacano, nakakaintindi siya pero hindi ganun kalalim. Sabihin na nating may pagkakapareho sila, pero ang structure ng Chavacano sa Español ay ibang-iba.

    Kung sa Español ay sandamakmak na conjugations, sa Chavacano ay walang ganyan. Halimbawa, ang "comer" (to eat), sa Chavacano ay comer pa din. Pero kapag sa Español, nag-iiba na ang form niya dahil sa conjugations.

    Sa kabilang banda, hindi maiinitindihan ng mga native Spanish speakers ang Chavacano dahil na din sa ibang istruktura. Siguro kung mga salitang "Buenos días" "¿Qué tal?" eh maiintidihan pa. Pero kung malalim na, hindi na.
    ahh .. ok. Thanks for the enlightenment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isQuash View Post
    wow ang mga eksperto sa ispanggol andito na hi ka-sux.

    saan ka nakatira jerry x?maganda kumuha ka ng tutor kung walang spanish language school diyan senyo at least tutok pa sayo
    Cebu

    in fairness sumasabog ang utak ko pagdating sa verb conjugations, as in, lalo na yung mga irregular verbs like morir

    tapos nalilito din ako kung kelan gagamitin ang estar at ser, por at para, and marami pang iba

    tapos yung ll, give up na talaga ako kung pano sya babasahin, kung "y", soft "j", o "sh" ba..like yung calle (street)

    sa Spain - ka-ye
    Mexico/Colombia - ka-je
    Argentine/Uruguay - ka-she

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry_x View Post
    Cebu

    in fairness sumasabog ang utak ko pagdating sa verb conjugations, as in, lalo na yung mga irregular verbs like morir

    tapos nalilito din ako kung kelan gagamitin ang estar at ser, por at para, and marami pang iba

    tapos yung ll, give up na talaga ako kung pano sya babasahin, kung "y", soft "j", o "sh" ba..like yung calle (street)

    sa Spain - ka-ye
    Mexico/Colombia - ka-je
    Argentine/Uruguay - ka-she
    Medyo nakakalito nga itong prepositions Para and Por. Masakit sa bangs. Pero eto ang ilan sa pagkakaiba sa mga gamit nila ayon sa pagkakaintindi ko.


    Para

    - used to express purpose, place or action in the future.

    Examples:

    Purpose: Está estudiando para salir bien en el examen.

    Destination: Saldrán para Tagaytay el domingo.

    Time: Volverá para el 28 de enero.

    Por

    - used to express the agent of a verb, mode of transport, obligation/duty, duration

    Examples:

    Agent: Este libro fue escrito por Ophelia Dimalanta.

    Mode of transport: Prefiero viajar por tren.

    Obligation: Lo hice por él.

    Duration: Estudié en UST por 7 años.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by ЅUX2BÜ View Post
    ¿No crees que sería mejor aprender desde ya los tiempos, los verbos y las estructuras gramaticales? Creo que los saludos y presentaciones son muy básicos. Estoy seguro que ya sabes "hola", "buenos días", "buenas tardes", etc.

    ¿Qué te parece?

    Me gusta este hilo! ¿Se puede enseñar a nosotros otra palabra o frase, el Sr.ЅUX2BÜ

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    Quote Originally Posted by isQuash View Post
    hi te vi kumusta na?? long time no pex!!!

    ka-sux can you give us examples of modismos pls. thanks.. =)
    'Yang mga modimos kasi ay depende sa bansa, rehiyon, etniko. atbp.

    Modismos de Costa Rica, gusto mo? Hehe.


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    ...mga modismo...


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    Ate Viva La Tigresa, huwag po nating kakalimutan ang mga importantent tilde.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ЅUX2BÜ View Post
    Hablo is used in the (simple) present indicative tense (el presente de indicativo) with yo as the subject: (Yo) hablo español. [Yo can be dropped since it is already understood as the subject in this structure]. Habla , on the other hand, is used in the same tense but with Usted, él, or ella as the subject: Él no habla español. Habla can also be used in the affirmative imperative form (el imperativo afirmativo) with as the subject: (Tú) habla!. In the negative affirmative (el imperativo negativo), hables is used: (Tú) no hables!

    The same explanation applies to the conjugated verbs entiendo and entiende:

    (Yo) entiendo todo.
    (Ud./él/ella) no entiende mucho de eso.


    Moreover, entiende is also the form used in the affirmative imperative: (Tú) entiende., but becomes entiendas in the negative imperative: (Tú) no entiendas.

    By the way, entienda is used in the (simple) present subjunctive (el presente de subjuntivo) and in either the affirmative or negative imperative with Usted as the subject: (Usted) (no) entienda.

    I'll discuss the subjunctives later.

    Gracias.

    How about USTED

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    En el presente de indicativo:

    Usted/Él/Ella habla.
    Nosotros/Nosotras hablamos.
    Vosotros/Vosotras habláis.
    Ustedes/Ellos/Ellas hablan.

    Usted/Él/Ella entiende.
    Nosotros/Nosotras entendemos.
    Vosotros/Vosotras entendéis.
    Ustedes/Ellos/Ellas entienden.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ЅUX2BÜ View Post
    Ate Viva La Tigresa, huwag po nating kakalimutan ang mga importantent tilde.

    Batopkors.


  18. #37
    ¡Hola! Yo no sabía que hay algunos hispanohablantes en este sitio. Soy agente de centro de llamadas y estudio español en Instituto Cervantes. ЅUX2BÜ, hablas español muy bien. Matagal pa yata bago pa ako maging multilingual agent. Hindi ako tuloy-tuloy na nag-aaral sa Instituto. Panggabi kasi ako dati eh. ¡¡¡Estoy mas que harto de vivir como un vampiro!!!

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    Aquí también podrás aprender español y encontrar información sobre este idioma. Sólo tienes que preguntarme.


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    Kung may tanong tungkol sa español ay, aba, magtanong lang dito at maaari akong makatulong.


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    Smile

    hello! wow ang galing nyo naman po mag spanish im planning din po mag enrol in instituto de cervantes but totally *** din masyadong alam. eh...

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