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Filipino / Tagalog

Filipino is used in the Philippines.

1) Nasaan ang kuwarto ko?

2) Nasaan ang tabing dagat?

3) Nasaan ang bar?

4) Huwag mo akong hawakan diyan

Before the 1750s Tagalog was written in its own script (also called Baybayin or Alibata):

[modern Filipino using Tagalog/Baybayin/Alibata script]

Language information at Wikipedia

Current and historical writing system information at Omniglot

top Marinduque Tagalog (also known as Ergung Marindukihin, Marindukihin, and Marinduqueño)

The Marinduque dialect of Tagalog is used in the Philippine province of Marinduque.

1) Náhan ang kwarto / silid?

2) Náhan ang "beach"?

3) Náhan ang inuman?

4) Huwág (man) ako hawaki dian!

Dialect information at Wikipedia

The Philippine national proverb in over 70 Philippine languages.

Alternate names for Filipino include Pilipino and Tagalog

The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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