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Cebuano

Cebuano language - Peace Corps guidlines

QuestionAnswer
Good morning. Maayong buntag.
Good afternoon. Maayong hapon.
Good evening. Maayong gabii.
How are you? Kumusta?
Where are you going? Asa ka muadto?
Where are you? Asa ka?
Where did you come from? Diin ka gikan?
Where are you going? Asa ka paingon?
Where did you go? Diin ka ningadto?
Good morning to you too. Maayong buntag sab.
Fine, and you? Maayo (man, ra), ikaw?
Somewhere/right there. Diha lang.
There, at Shoe Mart. Didto sa Shoe Mart.
Just there. Didto ra.
Okay. Sige.
I'll see you. Magkita na lang ta.
WAIT HULAT
Wait. Kadiyut lang.
Please repeat. Usba palihog.
What did you just say? Unsay imong gisulti?
Slowly please. Hinay-hinay lang, palihog.
What is flower in Bisaya? Unsa ang (unsang) "flower" sa Bisaya?
What is the Bisaya for "flower"? Unsa'y Bisaya sa "flower"?
FLOWER BULAK
What is this? Unsa kini?
What is that? Unsa kana?
Who is that? Kinsa kana?
What is your name? Unsay imong ngalan?
Can you speak English? Makasulti ka ba ug English?
Is there a telephone here? Naa/Duna ba'y telepono dinhi?
A little. Gamay lang.
A little. Diyutay lang.
There is one. Duna, usa lang.
None. Wala/wa.
Who is he/she? Kinsa siya?
Where is Sean? Asa si Sean?
I don't know. Wa ko kahibalo.
I don't know. Ambut.
Created by: kimbap
 

 



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