Tagalog Translations 1

The following Tagalog and English sentences were carefully reviewed by a native Tagalog speaker that I hired from the Manila area. She made corrections to the text where necessary. Afterwards, she did the voice-over that you can hear by clicking on any of the Tagalog sentences.

There’s over 5,000 sentences. The project took a lot of time but I’m happy with the results. I hope you enjoy it too.




The sentences are displayed in alphabetical order. I think the order is very useful for comparing sentences that are similar and you can learn by comparing the similar sentences by looking for similarities and differences.

As you get better at reading Tagalog you will begin to pickup new vocabulary by reading through these sentences. Also, be sure to listen to the sentences to hear how the sentences and words are pronounced.

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Aabot sa apatlumpung kilo ang timbang mo. You weigh at least forty kilos.
Aabot sa limang metro ang lapad nito. It’s at least five meters wide.
Aahon sa tubig ang babae. The woman is going to get out of the water.
Aahon sa tubig ang batang lalaki. The boy is going to climb out of the water.
Aakyat ng hagdan ang mga tao. The people are going to go up the steps.
Aakyat ng hagdan si Maria. Maria is going to walk up the steps.
Aakyat ng pader ang lalaking nakaputing kamiseta. The man in the white shirt is going to climb the wall.
Aalagaan kita. I will take care of you.
Aalis ako bukas. I am leaving tomorrow.
Aalis ako. I’m going to leave.
Aalis akong mag-isa. I’m going to leave alone.
Aalis akong mag-isang bukas. I’m going to leave alone tomorrow.
Aalis akong mag-isang ngayong araw. I’m going to leave alone today.
Aalis ang bus ng alas diyes kinse. This bus is leaving at ten fifteen.
Aalis ang bus ng alas-diyes y medya ng gabi. The bus departs at ten thirty p.m.
Aalis ang bus ng alas-sais y medya ng gabi. The bus departs at six thirty p.m.
Aalis ang bus ng alas-siete ng umaga. The bus departs at seven o’clock a.m.
Aalis ang bus ng ala-una y medya. The bus departs at one thirty.
Aalis ang bus sa alas singko kinse. The bus will leave at five-fifteen.
Aalis ang bus sa alas singko y kuwarto. The bus will leave at quarter after five.
Aalis ang eroplano ng alas-kuwatro ng hapon. The airplane departs at four o’clock p.m.
Aalis ang flight ko sa Miyerkules mula sa Baguio. My flight will depart from Baguio on Wednesday.
Aalis ang flight ng alas-dos kinse ng hapon. The flight departs at two fifteen p.m.
Aalis ang flight ng alas-otso beinte singko ng umaga. The flight departs at eight twenty-five a.m.
Aalis ang flight sa loob ng tatlumpung minuto. The flight departs in thirty minutes.
Aalis ba ang flight ng alas-sinko singkuwenta’y singko ng umaga? Does the flight depart at sinko fifty-five a.m.?
Aalis na ako ? I am going to leave now.
Aalis na ako bukas. I’m already going to leave tomorrow.
Aalis na ako mag-isa. I’m already going to leave alone.
Aalis na ba tayo? Shall we leave?
Aalis na po kami. We are leaving now. (excluding person spoken to)
Aalis na po tayo. We are leaving now. (including person spoken to)
Aalis na sila sa ospital. They’re leaving the hospital.
Aalis na sila sa salu-salo. They’re leaving the party.
Aalis na siya sa opisina. He’s leaving the office now.
Aalis na siya sa restarawn. He’s leaving the restaurant.
Aalis ng alas-tres ng hapon. Departs at three p.m.
Aalis ng ala-una ng hapon. Departs at one a.m.
Aalis po ako bukas. I leave tomorrow.
Aalis po ako ngyayon. I leave today.
Aalis po ako sa makalawa. I leave the day after tomorrow.
Aalis po ako sa susunod na linggo. I leave next Sunday.
Aba, alam mong ayaw ko talaga ng bagong pula na kotseng iyan. Well, you know, I really don’t like that new blue car.
Aba, ano na ang ginawa mo ngayong araw? Well, what have you been doing today?
Aba, gusto ko sana iyan bago iyan nawasak. Well, perhaps I would have liked it before it was wrecked.
Aba, mabilis tumakbo ang mga sports car kahit na anong kulay sila! Well, sports cars will go fast no matter what the color!
Aba, nakikita ko pong uminom kayo ng inyong gamot. Well, I see you drank your medicine.
Aba, sa wakas may nahuli rin siya! Well, he finally caught one too!
Aba, siyempre! Well, of course!
Abala ako ngayong gabi. I’m busy this evening.
Abala ang babae. The woman is busy.
Abala ang lalaki. The man is busy.
Abala ka ba sa Linggo? Are you busy on Sunday?
Abala ka ba? Are you busy?
Abala kami sa Sabado. We’re busy on Saturday.
Abogado siya. He/she is a lawyer.
Abril April
address address
Address ito. This is an address.
Agáhan Breakfast
Agosto August
Agosto sa loob ng dalawang buwan. In two months it will be August.
ahas snake
Ahlyn ang pangalan ko. My name is Ahlyn.
airport airport
Akala ko gusto mo ng mga lumang bahay. I thought you liked old houses.
Akala ko hindi na matatapos ang byahe na ito. I thought this trip would never end.
Akala ko hindi na namin makukuha ulit ang pera mula sa lalaki iyon. I thought we’d never get the money back from that man!
Akala ko tulog ka na. I thought you were asleep already.
Akala mo maganda ka. You think you’re pretty.
Akala ni Cory siya ang may pinakamahal na kotse sa bayan! Cory thought she had the most expensive car in town!
Akin ang kuwadradong ito. The square one is mine.
Akin ka ba? Are you mine?
Aklat ng buhay. Book of life.
aklatan library
Aklatan ito. This is a library.
Ako I
Ako (po) si Alan. I am Alan.
Ako (po) si Jose Santos. I am Jose Santos.
Ako ang babaeng busog. I am the woman who is full.
Ako ang babaeng gutom. I am the woman who is hungry.
Ako ang babaeng hindi nagsasalita sa telepono ni kumakain. I am the woman who is neither talking on the phone nor eating.
Ako ang guro mo. I am your teacher.
Ako ang gutom na babae. I am the hungry woman.
Ako ang lalaking busog. I am the man who is full.
Ako ang lalaking gutom. I am the man who is hungry.
Ako ang lalaking hindi nagsasalita sa telepono ni kumakain. I am a man who is neither talking on the phone nor eating.
Ako ang may gawa! I did it!
Ako ay Amerikano. I’m American.
Ako ay nasa puso mo. I am in your heart.
Ako ba ito? Is this me.
Ako kakain ako mga alas sais. Me, I will eat about 6 o’clock.
Ako lang mag-isa. Just me alone.
Ako na ang magdadala. I’ll carry it. (if something’s heavy)
Ako po si Pablo. I am Pablo.
Ako pong bahala. I’ll take care of it.
Ako rin. Me too.
Ako si Alan. I am Alan.
Ako si Cory Garcia. I am Cory Garcia.




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