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Introduction
John: Welcome to 3-Minute Filipino Season 1, Lesson 18 - Possession. In this lesson, you'll learn how to talk about possession in Filipino.
Body
John: Here's the informal way to say "Do you have a pencil?" in Filipino.
Camille: [Normal] Meron kang lapis?
John: First is a word meaning "have."
Camille: [Normal] meron [Slow] meron
John: Next is the word meaning "you."
Camille: [Normal] kang [Slow] kang
John: Last is the word meaning "pencil."
Camille: [Normal] lapis [Slow] lapis
John: Listen again to the informal phrase meaning "Do you have a pencil?"
Camille: [Slow] Meron kang lapis? [Normal] Meron kang lapis?
John: Here is the formal way to ask "Do you have a pencil?"
Camille: [Normal] Mayroon po ba kayong lapis?
John: First is a word meaning "have."
Camille: [Normal] mayroon [Slow] mayroon
John: Next is a phrase indicating politeness.
Camille: [Normal] po ba [Slow] po ba
John: Next is the word meaning "you."
Camille: [Normal] kayong [Slow] kayong
John: Last is the word meaning "pencil."
Camille: [Normal] lapis [Slow] lapis
John: Listen again to the formal question meaning "Do you have a pencil?"
Camille: [Slow] Mayroon po ba kayong lapis? [Normal] Mayroon po ba kayong lapis?
John: Next is the informal way to say "Yes, I have one."
Camille: [Normal] Oo, meron ako.
John: First is a word meaning "yes."
Camille: [Normal] oo [Slow] oo
John: Next is the word meaning "have."
Camille: [Normal] meron [Slow] meron
John: Last is the word meaning "I."
Camille: [Normal] ako [Slow] ako
John: Listen again to the informal phrase meaning "Yes, I have one."
Camille: [Slow] Oo, meron ako. [Normal] Oo, meron ako.
John: Finally the following is a formal way to say "Yes, here you are."
Camille: [Normal] Opo, heto po.
John: First is a polite word meaning "yes."
Camille: [Normal] opo [Slow] opo
John: Next is the word meaning "here it is."
Camille: [Normal] heto [Slow] heto
John: Last is a word indicating politeness.
Camille: [Normal] po [Slow] po
John: Listen again to the formal phrase meaning "Yes, here you are."
Camille: [Slow] Opo, heto po. [Normal] Opo, heto po.
Cultural Insight
John: Now it's time for a quick cultural insight.
Camille: Don't elaborate too much on what you have. Otherwise, this may cause envy or may create the thinking that you are able to treat others when you go out, or even pay more since you have more.

Outro

John: And that's all for this lesson. Don't forget to check out the lesson notes, and we'll see you in the next lesson!
Camille: Maraming salamat!

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