In the country where I am staying now, weather is too hot and humid at summer but when winter comes starting October until February, it is really extreme cold. Literally, no snow but only a foggy one and nice to have a cup of coffee, with muffins while having a chat with your friends.
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Marlan.Chunu wrote:what are the 4 names of species of rhinos, and in which country's can they be found and what language do they speak in that country.
Rhinos can be found in the continent of Eastern and Southern Africa. According to a friendly Google, types of Rhinos are: Black and White Rhinos, Javan and Indian Rhinos.
wow! I'm going to add this on my new list of words. Are these words widely used until now? Or if I am going to use this then I think no one will ever understand me at all, let say in a usual conversation not unless I am talking to a Linguist.
For me, I love doing photo shoots of places, nature, people, unique things, ideas, etc and making video blogs- still a starter though and public speaking.
Sourabh.Kumar wrote:I don't think learning a new language should stop because it opens up your mind to whole new level and also helps in self improvement.
Moreover, Technology always comes hand in hand with health issues, using those devices near to head more often will affect our brain with the heat radiation that it will emit.
Technology will help us a lot, especially if we need to have a quick information in a certain place like a popularly known virtual assistant, named "Siri" to answer your inquiries and designed/programmed in a certain languages that we understand. Accessibility and convenience wise, information comes in handy- anytime, anywhere; however, will not give you a complete language learning tailored on your own pace.
leosmith wrote:Can you give me a simple sample sentence where I must use magka-/magkaroon (any aspect), and cannot use may/meron?
Humanap ng magandang trabaho upang magkaroon ng magandang kinabukasan.
To have a good future, one should look for a good or decent job.
We are friends.
We are siblings.
Frederick.Dizon wrote:Elso.Martinez wrote:Had never heard of Bisaya, willI definitely look it up
Check this out.
nice one! Thanks for sharing!
only English and our native language Tagalog for now.. but willing to learn other languages. The only thing that hinders me from embracing other language is my time- how much time will I commit from learning a new one? I am pretty sure, you have same situation like mine..?
Some of the commonly known Filipino words borrowed from English words such as:
"Air-con" refers to cooling unit or AC (Air Conditioning) in English
"CR" for Comfort Room or Bathroom/Toilet
"blow-out" means abundant supply of food and drinks like throwing a party for family and friends.
"black-out" to mean no power or if there's total power outages.
We use these words as it is with same pronunciation and meaning but at times in a different or nearly same context.
I must say that it is dependent on how it is being used and interpreted; however, it can be generally accepted from one country to another.
Wow! I have been here in UAE for the last 8 years now, but learning Arabic words are really difficult for me because in my current job, we are surrounded by expats coming from a different culture with different languages but the primary language being used is English. We are using English words in our daily correspondences such as when sending emails to our client. I must say that learning a language is not a easy task, you must use and speak the language daily for you to be able to apply it correctly.
Bonjour Madame, Monsieur!
For me, it depends on your goal or purpose. What do you want to achieve and what is it for? Am pretty sure, that there is a purpose why you want to learn one specific language. I believe that all languages are essential, if you want to know a lot of things.
Ang wika ng pagkakaibigan ay hindi sa pananalita lamang bagkus ito'y napapakita sa mga kahulugan, kilos at gawa.
The "Add Link" icon is not working. So I always have to copy and paste the useful link that I want to put in my comment.
I think it would be better if the URL posted should automatically take you to the page where you want to quickly browse on something.
Or am I just missing this point? But I did the whole exercise and yet to no avail.
Learning Arabic language is very advantageous if you intend to work in Arab Countries where Arabic is the widely spoken language. The privilege of being accepted easily besides your job qualification and put in a priority level over those non-Arabic speaker expat.
Try meeting as well, "Simuno" (Subject) and "Panaguri" (Predicate).
ikaymoreno wrote:What's funny is that I teach English grammar. :P I know how because it's taught from grade school to college. I don't even know the Tagalog words for the parts of speech. :dizzy_face:
Parts of Speech - Mga Bahagi ng Pananalita
In the Philippines, although we are using one common language, so called Tagalog; however, we speak also other dialects especially if we are having a conversation with a local people located at the extreme parts of our country. It can be evidently observed on younger generation today on the difficulty of using our national language; either not taught the proper way or how to say it with such great confidence.
So in conclusion, it will go back to the very foundation of their family who has the primary responsibility of honing, not only the character but also one aspect of child’s development, that is to learn and understand one and common Filipino language.
Hello guys... I am originally from the Philippines but currently working in Abu Dhabi, UAE. I would love to meet people from a diverse countries in the world. I love to be connected with people and talk about new and interesting topics, and definitely would love to learn new languages especially French.