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  • What do you want?

    Anía ti kayátmo?

    Young Lady

    Balasangko

    I know.

    Ammók.

    My young man

    Bárok

    Hi

    Kumustá

    Where

    Ayanna

    Grandfather

    Lólo

    To address an older woman

    nána

    To address an older man

    táta

    Be careful

    Agannádkayó

    Grandmother

    Lóla

    older sister

    mánang

    older brother

    mánong

    younger sibling

    áding

    son/daughter

    anák

    my child

    nakkóng

    Good morning.

    Naimbág a bigát

    Good morning (polite)

    Naimbág a bigátyo

    Good afternoon

    Naimbág a malém

    Good day

    Naimbág nga aldáw

    Good night

    Naimbág a rabií

    Good night (polite)

    Naimbág a rabiíyo

    Happy birthday

    Naimbág a kasangáy

    Welcome

    Naimbág nga isasangpét

    Merry Christmas

    Naimbág a Paskuá

    Happy New Year

    Naimbág a baró a tawén

    Same to you.

    Kastá met kenká

    Good morning to you also

    Naimbág a bigátmo met

    Hi. How are you?

    Kumustá

    Just fine.

    Kastóy lattá

    Good.

    Mayát met.

    Where are you going?

    Papanám?

    Where are you coming from?

    Naggapuám?

    Goodbye (I am going already)

    Innakón

    Goodbye (We are going already)

    Inkamin

    Goodbye (you stay there)

    Ditákan

    Thanks

    Agyámanak

    I am thankful for your help.

    Agyámanak iti pannakatúlongyo

    You're welcome

    Awán ti Aniámanna

    There's no need to thank me.

    Awán ti rumbéng a pagyamánam

    Is there a hotel here?

    Addá otél ditóy?

    Where is it?

    Ayanna?

    Is it clean?

    Nadalós?

    Where is the bathroom?

    Ayán ti bánio?

    Where's the restaurant?

    Ayán ti karindéria?

    one night

    maysá nga rabií

    two nights

    duá nga rabií

    one week

    maysá nga dominggó

    one month

    maysá nga búlan

    one bed

    maysá nga káma

    two beds

    maysá nga káma

    I need a/an

    Kasapúlak

    towel

    tuália

    soap

    sabón

    bottle of water

    botélia ti danúm

    This room is dark

    Nasipngét 'toy kuárto

    This/these are dirty

    Narugít daytóy/dagitóy

    How much is it?

    Manó ti báyadna?

    I'll come again.

    Umáyaktó manén.

    How are you?

    Kumustaka?

    How is Anita?

    Kumustá ni Anita?

    How is your child?

    Kumustá ti anákmo?

    He/she is kind.

    Naános

    I am kind.

    Naánosak

    You are kind.

    Naánoska

    We (not you) are kind

    Naánoskami

    We (and you) are kind.

    Naánostayó

    They are kind

    Naánosda

    Juan is big

    Dakkél ni Juan

    I am big

    Dakkélak

    Juan is not big.

    Saán a dakkél ni Juan

    I am not big

    Saának a dakkél

    affectionate

    naayát

    afraid

    mabuténg

    bald

    kalbó

    beautiful

    napíntas

    clever

    nalaíng

    crazy

    ballá, bagtít

    deaf

    túleng

    hard working

    nagagét

    embarrassed

    mabáin

    fat

    nalukmég

    good

    naimbág

    happy

    naragsák

    healthy

    nasalun-át

    hungry

    mabisín

    intelligent

    nasírib

    lazy

    nasadót

    liar

    ulbód

    old man

    lakáy

    old woman

    bakét

    painful

    nasakít

    pretty

    napíntas

    rude

    bastós

    short

    pandék

    shy

    mabaín

    sick

    masakít

    skinny

    nakuttóng

    smelly

    naanglít

    strong

    napigsá

    stubborn

    bángad

    tall

    natáyag

    tired

    nabannóg

    ugly

    naalás, naláad

    weak

    nakapsót

    beautiful

    napíntas

    bright

    naláwag

    cheap

    nalaká

    clean

    nadalós

    far

    adayó

    fast

    napardás

    hot

    napüdot

    lost

    napúkaw

    many, much

    adú

    noisy

    naringgór

    quiet

    naulimek

    salty

    naapgád

    small

    bassít

    wet

    nabasá

    Where are you from?

    Taga-anóka?

    I am from America

    Tagá-Amerikaak

    Maria is happy

    Naragsák ni Maria.

    The boy saw the girl

    Nakíta ti laláki ti babái.

    boy/boys

    laláki/lalláki

    girl/girls

    babái/babbái

    house

    ti baláy

    houses

    dagití baláy

    father/fathers

    amá/ammá

    child/children

    anák/annák

    grandparent/grandparents

    ápo/appó

    spouse/spouses

    asáwa/assááwa

    girl/girls

    babái/babbái

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