In today's lesson we will cover words that have to do with shopping.
In our last lesson we talked about words that dealt with money. Now, when you have money, it generally leads to shopping.
I recently went shopping for some shoes.They had a sale ,which allows one to buy 1 pair at regular price and get the second pair at half price.
Lets look at how I went Shopping today is said in Tagalog . I nagpunta shopping ngayon. Now I can be stated as, Ako in Tagalog. Nagpunta means went in Tagalog ,while we all know what shopping means. The next word we see is Ngayon. This means now, today or presently in Tagalog.
As I mentioned earlier ,they had a sale on shoes and to say they had a sale in Tagalog , you will say Sila Ay Nagkaroon ng Isang sale. We all already understand the word Sale, so lets look at they in tagalog ,which is Sila. This means they or them.It is a pronoun.
Ay means , is ,be or ouch in Tagalog. Ouch being an interjection.
Next, we see Nagkaroon, which in Tagalog means Had.
Ng means of ,by or with, and is a preposition.
Isang is an article which means a , or an, and it comes from the root word Isa,which means 1 in Tagalog.
Now lets look at how to say I Bought Shoes in Tagalog.
I (or Ako ) means I .Bought in Tagalog is
Bilini (which can means purchased, or bought. This is a noun.
Sapatos is also a noun,which means Shoe,footwear, or boot or footgear.
Ok ,that about does it for another Episode. Hope you all enjoyed and learned a lot. Please don't forget to subscribe,and pass these lessons on to help others.
You should also return and watch these lessons as often as needed to make certain you are getting these words. I look forward to seeing you for Episode 13, where we will learn how to count 1 to 20 in Tagalog.
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