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    Tagalog and Filipino English

    Tagalog and Filipino English

    This section of CVF is in danger of being eliminated in the near future, it seems like there is no market for this section here at this time.

    But before so is done, here is a fun recipe to learning the correct way of hearing the differences between English and Filipino...

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    I know only one word of Tagalog, and that is pai-pai, which apparently means fan. The one you wave to cool yourself, not the enthusiast one.
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      Originally posted by wherrygirl View Post
      I know only one word of Tagalog, and that is pai-pai, which apparently means fan. The one you wave to cool yourself, not the enthusiast one.
      With the video above, I guess you've already learnt quite a few new phrases as well...
      With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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