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How to Say "How are you?" in Tagalog Translation

The Filipino people are known for their friendliness and generosity when it comes to greeting and entertaining guests, their elders, family members, and even to complete strangers.  Formal greetings is a sign of showing respect and humble intentions.  In today's lesson, we are going to teach you How to say "How are you?" in Tagalog Translation.  We will also talk about different feelings and emotions in English and Tagalog translation with sentences to go with it so you can improve and enhance your vocabulary skills.
How to Say "How are you?" in Tagalog Translation

How to Say "How are you?" in Tagalog Translation

Greeting somebody "How are you?" is the same as saying "Kumusta ka?" in Filipino language.  We have here some examples on how we use these words in greeting others to show that we are friendly and respectful individuals.


How are you?

Kumusta ka?

Ku-mus-ta ka?

How are you feeling today?
Kumusta ang pakirandam mo ngayon?

How are you feeling this morning?
Kumusta ang iyong pakirandam ngayong umaga?

How are you doing at work?
Kumusta ka sa iyong trabaho?

Good day! How are you?
Magandang araw! Kumusta ka?

How are you, My Mother?
Kumusta ka, Aking Ina?

Good morning.  How are you today?
Magandang umaga.  Kumusta ka ngayon?

Hello friend, how are you?
Hello kaibigan, kumusta ka?

How are you getting along with your classmates?
Kumusta ang iyong pakikitungo sa iyong mga kaklase?


Feelings in Tagalog

Here are some of the most common feelings and emotions that we use to express ourselves.  Expressions through words and actions are very important aspect of our lives as these feelings and emotions defines us as unique individuals with different traits and personalities.

Excited - Tuwang-tuwa

Tu-wang-tu-wa

I'm very excited about the possibilities.
Ako ay tuwang-tuwa ukol sa mga posibilidad.
Excited - Tuwang-tuwa

Sad - Malungkot

Ma-lung-kot

I've just received some very sad news.
Ako ay nakatanggap ng mga malungkot na balita.
Sad - Malungkot

Jealous - Na-ing-git

Na-ing-git

She is jealous of their success.
Siya ay nainggit sa kanilang tagumpay.
Jealous - Nainggit

Sick - Sumama ang pakirandam

Su-ma-ma ang pa-ki-ran-dam

He felt sick because of the sour mango.
Sumama ang pakirandam niya dahil sa maasim na mangga.
Sick - Sumama ang Pakirandam

Surprised - Nabigla

Na-big-la

She was surprised at the beautiful gift.
Nabigla siya dahil sa magandang regalo.
Surprised - Nabigla

Happy - Masaya

Ma-sa-ya

Happy is he who owes nothing.
Masaya ang sinuman na walang utang.
Happy - Masaya

Unhappy - Hindi Masaya

Hin-di Ma-sa-ya

I do not want to see you unhappy.
Ayokong makita kang hindi masaya.
Unhappy - Hindi Masaya

Bored - Nainip

Na-i-nip

We are bored with his endless talk.
Nainip kami sa kanyang walang tigil na pananalita.
Bored - Nainip

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