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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 23! In this lesson you'll learn 5 essential words related to Clothing &Accessories. These are five items of Filipino Traditional Clothing. 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:Baro't Saya
Jason:Blouse and Skirt
Mayumi:(slow) Baro't Saya (regular) Baro't Saya
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Baro't Saya
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:The traditional clothing for Filipina ladies is a "baro't saya" meaning blouse and skirt. The blouse is made of pineapple silk and the skirt is made of woven cotton or "sinamay." -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Tradisyunal na sinusuot ang baro't saya na may kimona sa loob nito.
Jason:Baro't saya is traditionally worn with a "kimona" or shirt beneath it.
Mayumi:(slow) Tradisyunal na sinusuot ang baro't saya na may kimona sa loob nito.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Barong Tagalog
Jason:Embroidered upper garment worn by men
Mayumi:(slow) Barong Tagalog (regular) Barong Tagalog
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Barong Tagalog
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:A Barong Tagalog is a long sleeved dress or polo shirt that is made of pineapple silk and sometimes dyed or decorated with embroidery. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Madalas na sinusuot ang barong tagalog sa mga kasalan.
Jason:A Barong Tagalog is often worn during weddings.
Mayumi:(slow) Madalas na sinusuot ang barong tagalog sa mga kasalan.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Bahag
Jason:Loin cloth
Mayumi:(slow) Bahag (regular) Bahag
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Bahag
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:The Bahag is the traditional garment of the "Ifugao" natives in the Philippines. It is a loincloth worn by males that is wrapped around the body. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Sinusuot ang bahag sa mga tradisyunal na sayaw ng mga Pilipino.
Jason:Filipino men wear a bahag when dancing traditional Philippine folk dances.
Mayumi:(slow) Sinusuot ng mga Pilipinong lalaki ang bahag sa mga tradisyunal na sayaw ng mga Pilipino.
Jason:Okay, what’s the next word?
Mayumi:Malong
Jason:Tubular Muslim fabric
Mayumi:(slow) Malong (regular) Malong
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Malong
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:Malong is a tubular skirt that is handwoven from colorful cotton cloth. Women wear it by wrapping it around their bodies. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Sinusuot ng mga babaeng Muslim ang malong sa mga espesyal na okasyon.
Jason:Muslim women wear malong for special occasions.
Mayumi:(slow) Sinusuot ng mga babaeng Muslim ang malong sa mga espesyal na okasyon.
Jason:Okay, what’s the last word?
Mayumi:Terno
Jason:long Butterfly sleeved dress
Mayumi:(slow) Terno (regular) Terno
Jason:Listeners, please repeat:
Mayumi:Terno
[pause - 5 sec.]
Jason:This is a long gown with butterfly shaped sleeves that’s usually adorned with a scarf called "alampay." A terno can also be called "Maria Clara" dress, named after the fictional character Maria Clara from the novel written by the Philippine national hero Jose Rizal. -
Jason:Now, let's hear a sample sentence using this word.
Mayumi:(normal) Ang terno ay mahabang eleganteng damit na sinusuot lamang sa mga espesyal na okasyon.
Jason:A terno is a long, elegant dress worn only during special occasions.
Mayumi:(slow) Ang terno ay mahabang eleganteng damit na sinusuot lamang sa mga espesyal na okasyon.
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:Baro't Saya
[pause]Jason:Blouse and Skirt
Mayumi:Barong Tagalog
[pause]Jason:Embroidered upper garment worn by men
Mayumi:Bahag
[pause]Jason:Loin cloth
Mayumi:Malong
[pause]Jason:Tubular Muslim fabric
Mayumi:Terno
[pause]Jason:Butterfly sleeved long dress

Outro

Jason:There you have it – five Traditional Clothing items in the Philippines! 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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