Weekly Tagalog phrases

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I love you     Mahal kita     





Welcome! A happy arrival in the Philippines, my friend!      

 Mabuhay! Maligayang pagdating sa Pilipinas, kaibigan ko!







Some added explanation about the Tagalog Phrase is cited below.
Mabuhay (pronunciation: mah-BOO-high) is a Tagalog word used to exclaim "long live". Comparable to the Romance language expression “Vive, Viva”, the saluteassociated with this exclamation; in which both arms are raised above the head in unison three times, is similar to that used in the Banzai. The expression is most often used at toasts (cheers!) during gatherings and parties, at rallies, political conferences, or for praising notable individuals. It is also an expression used in welcoming guests and a way of showing hospitality.
The root word buhay means life.


Welcome! A happy arrival in the Philippines, my friend!
Mabuhay! Maligayang pagdating sa Pilipinas, kaibigan ko!



Thank you for your help
Salamat po sa tulong ninyo




Excuse me, where is the Dusit Hotel?
Mawalang galang po, saan po dito ang Dusit Hotel?



Good day, could you please point me the direction toward Manila Hilton Hotel?
Magandang araw, maari ninyo bang ituro sa akin saan ang daang papunta ngManila Hilton Hotel?

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