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Vocabulary Lists Vernal Equinox Day

Vernal Equinox Day

Mga Salita para sa Unang Araw ng Tagsibol
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happy
masaya (adj)
happy
grupo ng masasayang tao
group of happy people
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leaf
dahon (n)
leaf
alitaptap sa may dahon
firefly on a leaf
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bloom
bumukadkad (v)
bloom
bulaklak na namumukadkad
flower in bloom
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tree
puno (n)
tree
puno ng melokoton na may melokoton
peach tree with peaches
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spring
tagsibol (n)
spring
tagsibol ng mga bulaklak
spring flowers
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sunny
maaraw (adj)
sunny
Tuwing maaraw, masyadong matao sa dalampasigan.
On sunny days, the beach is very crowded.
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cloud
ulap (n)
cloud
Ako ay hindi nakakakita ng ulap sa langit.
I donโ€™t see a cloud in the sky.
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sun
araw (n)
sun
tanghaling-tapat
midday sun
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rainy
maulan (adj)
rainy
Kailangan kong ihatid ang pahayagan sa maulan na araw at mahangin na araw.
I have to deliver newspapers on rainy days and windy days.
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rain
ulan (n)
rain
bumabagsak na ulan
falling rain
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grass
damo (n)
grass
puting kuneho na nasa berdeng damo
white rabbit in the green grass
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windy
mahangin (adj)
windy
ulat ng panahon bukas
tomorrow's weather forecast
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March
Marso (n)
March
Marso ay tanda na simula na ng Tagsibol sa hilagang parte ng mundo at taglagas naman sa katimugang parte ng mundo.
March marks the start of Spring in the northen hemisphere and fall in the southern hemisphere.
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be born
ipinanganak (adj)
be born
Ako ay ipinanganak noong 1980.
I was born in 1980.
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picnic
piknik (n)
picnic
rain
pag-ulan
rain
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Friday at 2:54 pm
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Hey Listeners! What word would you add to this list? Be sure to leave a comment below!

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Saturday at 7:54 pm
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Kamusta Muiris and randall,


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randall
Thursday at 12:47 am
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great lesson

Muiris
Wednesday at 6:26 am
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R. G. Nestle
Wednesday at 10:36 pm
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Pag-ulan is actually the gerund (-ing verb) meaning "raining."


So, "Pag-ulan ngayon" is "It's raining today (now)," and "Pag-ulan na" means "It's raining." By itself, it means "rain," but in combination with other words it takes on the clear verb form.

Mike Taylor
Tuesday at 11:14 pm
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what is the difference between ulan and pag-ulan both are nouns for rain? how do you know when to use one or the other?