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INTRODUCTION
Jason:Hi everyone, I’m Jason.
Mayumi:And I’m Mayumi!
Jason:And welcome to Culture Class: Essential Filipino Vocabulary, Lesson 18! In this lesson you'll learn 5 essential words related to People &Homes. These are five common Filipino household items. Hand picked. You can find a complete list of vocabulary at FilipinoPod101.com
FIVE KEY VOCABULARY ITEMS
Jason:Mayumi, what’s our first word?
Mayumi:Timba at Tabo
Jason:Pail and dipper
Mayumi:(slow) Timba at Tabo (regular) Timba at Tabo
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Timba at Tabo
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:The pail and dipper are two things you would never miss in a typical Filipino bathroom. Since using a shower is not common in the Philippines, especially in the rural and provincial areas, locals take a bath using a pail and dipper. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ang timba at tabo ay ginagamit para sa pagpapaligo ng alagang hayop, paghuhugas ng mga pinggan at paglalaba.
Jason:A pail and dipper are also used for bathing a pet, washing dishes, or washing clothes.
Mayumi:(slow) Ang timba at tabo ay ginagamit para sa pagpapaligo ng alagang hayop, paghuhugas ng mga pinggan at paglalaba.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Pangkayod ng niyog
Jason:Coconut shredder
Mayumi:(slow) Pangkayod ng niyog (regular) Pangkayod ng niyog
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Pangkayod ng niyog
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:A typical Filipino kitchen is not complete without this helpful kitchen device made from a wooden chair with a circular or rectangular blade. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ang kinayod na niyog ay maaari ng mabili ngayon, ngunit mas nasasarapan ang mga Pilipino kung ito'y sariwa, kaya pangkaraniwan na ang mga pangkayod ng niyog.
Jason:Shredded coconut can be bought nowadays, but Filipinos enjoy it fresh, which is why coconut shredders are common.
Mayumi:(slow) Ang kinayod na niyog ay maaari ng mabili ngayon, ngunit mas nasasarapan ang mga Pilipino kung ito'y sariwa, kaya pangkaraniwan na ang mga pangkayod ng niyog.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Electric fan
Jason:Electric fan
Mayumi:(slow) Electric fan (regular) Electric fan
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Electric fan
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:Since the Philippines is a tropical country with very humid weather and temperatures ranging from 30 to 37 degrees Celsius, it is not uncommon to find an electric fan in every Filipino home. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Sa tradisyunal na Pilipino na bahay, makakakita ka ng gawa sa kahoy na electric fan na nakasabit sa kisame imbes sa makabagong nakatayo na electric fan.
Jason:In traditional Filipino homes, you may see a wooden ceiling fan attached to the ceiling instead of the modern standing electric fan.
Mayumi:(slow) Sa tradisyunal na Pilipino na bahay, makakakita ka ng gawa sa kahoy na electric fan na nakasabit sa kisame imbes sa makabagong nakatayo na electric fan.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Telebisyon
Jason:Television
Mayumi:(slow) Telebisyon (regular) Telebisyon
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Telebisyon
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:Filipinos consider watching movies and TV shows as one of their main hobbies, so it is very important for a Filipino home to have a television. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Mahilig manood ang mga Pilipino ng mga drama at mga palaro sa telebisyon.
Jason:Filipinos love watching dramas and game shows on TV.
Mayumi:(slow) Mahilig manood ang mga Pilipino ng mga drama at mga palaro sa telebisyon.
Jason:Okay, what’s the last word?
Mayumi:Banig
Jason:Handwoven mat for sitting and sleeping
Mayumi:(slow) Banig (regular) Banig
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Banig
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:This is a mat made from either "Ratan" leaves or coconut leaves, which are woven together. This mat is used especially in provinces as a bed covering or as a bed. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Hindi lamang ginagamit ang banig sa pagtulog, maaari mo din gamitin ang materyales nito sa paggawa ng mga bag, pitaka, “place mat” o mga palamuti sa bahay.
Jason:A "banig" is not just used for sleeping; you can use its material for making bags, wallets, place mats or decorations.
Mayumi:(slow) Hindi lamang ginagamit ang banig sa pagtulog, maaari mo din gamitin ang materyales nito sa paggawa ng mga bag, pitaka, place mat o mga palamuti sa bahay.
QUIZ
Jason:Okay listeners, are you ready to be quizzed on the words you just learned? Mayumi will give you the Filipino – please say the English meaning out loud! Are you ready?
Mayumi:Timba at Tabo
[pause]Jason:Pail and dipper
Mayumi:Pangkayod ng niyog
[pause]Jason:Coconut shredder
Mayumi:Electric fan
[pause]Jason:Electric fan
Mayumi:Telebisyon
[pause]Jason:Television
Mayumi:Banig
[pause]Jason:Handwoven mat for sitting and sleeping

Outro

Jason:There you have it – five Common things in Filipino homes! We have more vocab lists available at FilipinoPod101.com, so be sure to check them out. Thanks everyone, see you next time!
Mayumi:Paalam

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What else are you expecting to find inside a Filipino home?

Betsey
Tuesday at 10:10 AM
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Hi potat,


Hope you enjoyed the lesson! It was easy right? :)


If you have any questions, feel free to ask! We'd gladly answer your questions!!


Betsey

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