Here Is A Good Page To Learn Some Words

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Here are some good pages to learn some words and phrases and a lot of other great stuff.http://www.wayblima.com/cebu-language.html

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I find the program link below much more of a help because I find that I need to hear the proper pronunciation slowly. http://www.byki.com/fls/FLS.htmlAnd best of all, it is free.

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I find the program link below much more of a help because I find that I need to hear the proper pronunciation slowly. http://www.byki.com/fls/FLS.htmlAnd best of all, it is free.
Thanks, that looks like a great site but I wish they had Cebuanao because we live in Cebu most of the time that we are in the Philippines and while I understand more than I speak, it would be great if I could learn more. SugarwareZ-003.gif
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I find the program link below much more of a help because I find that I need to hear the proper pronunciation slowly. http://www.byki.com/fls/FLS.htmlAnd best of all, it is free.
Thanks, that looks like a great site but I wish they had Cebuanao because we live in Cebu most of the time that we are in the Philippines and while I understand more than I speak, it would be great if I could learn more. SugarwareZ-003.gif
Maraming salamat MrLee.
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Walay sapayan noy. :D

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Maraming salamat MrLee.
Actually, and not to sound like a know it all, but "]Maraming Salamat" is in Tagalog. To say thanks in Cebuano, you would say something like "Salamat Kaayo" "Thanks very much", or "Daghang Salamat", "Many Thanks".
Walay sapayan noy. :3_8_14[1]:
I know Lee was joking. But, "Noy: would typically be used to address an elder person, while "Bay" would be used to address someone of similar age, and "Dong" to address someone younger than you.In addresses females, there are two ways to state it, respectfully, that I know of anyway, in Cebuano. I would address an older woman with "Nang", or a younger, or similarly aged woman with "Day". "Day" and "Dong" are both used in another way. That is, a close couple may use "Day" and "Dong" to address each other, using them as terms of endearment. HTH
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Hey Paul, it is good to see that you are finally starting to get my distorted sense of humor :3_8_14[1]: I have to pick on Chi anytime I can. I knew some from the other forum would know I was joking since I broke Bob chops on that one a while back when he called me dong

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