Mainit is used to talk about the weather or just the temperature of something. It’s interchangeable with ‘Ang init,’ which literally means the heat but is more used to express ‘it’s really hot.’
Mabuti, meaning “good” in English, can also be used as a response in a conversation.
“Kamusta ka?” (“How are you?”)
“Mabuti!” (“Good!”/ “I’m doing well!”)
Hi ^_^. Kasama basically just mean the person that tags along with you. He or she could be a friend, family, someone you don’t like, etc.
Sama is a verb in tagalog that means to go with so kasama is someone that ‘sama’ or goes with (other person).
Since you already know that it means companion though, I’ll give you examples of like what it is.
Kasama ko si Jenny = I’m together with Jenny. (Kasama translates to together with)
Ang kasama ko ay si Jenny = My companion is Jenny. (kasama translates to my companion).
May kasama ako sa party. = I have someone to be with at the party. (kasama translates to companion or someone to be with).
If you want to say you don’t have (something), just replace kaibigan and add the word. The sentence doesn’t sound weird if you use an English word!
Sorry for the hiatus. I’m sorry! ;~; I’m not even sure if I did this word already. TT-TT
By the way, I did this all on my iPad. I FEEL SO AWESOME. :D
I’ll start posting more but they’re going to be a bit low-quality since my photoshop isn’t working right now ._. Guys, please tell me what you want to learn so that I know what to put here.
For the mean time, this is a list of how you say your feelings.
Adjective + Pronoun
Masaya ako. /ma-sa-ya a-koh/ = I’m happy.
Malungkot ako. /ma-lung-kot a-koh/ = I’m sad.
Naiinis ako. /na-i-i-nis a-koh/ = I’m annoyed.
Naiinis ka. /na-i-i-nis kah/ = You’re annoyed.
Naiinis siya. /na-i-i-nis shah/ = He/She is annoyed.
Note that this isn’t the only way to say these things. This is only one sentence structure.I feel like my other examples are really sad and bad, but they’re commonly used so sorry guys. Also, I’m sorry that I misspelled possessive; I’ll fix it soon.