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  • Phrasebook: Adjectives and their Opposites
  • Phrasebook : Common Expressions in Cebuano


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  • Cebuano Phrases - Asking for Directions

    by Dr. Jessie Grace U. Rubrico

    *Click on the Play Icon beside the section title to hear the phrases

    Asking for Directions


    16. 

    Asa ang simbahan?

    Where’s the church?

    Asa ang sinihan?

    Where’s the moviehouse?

    Asa ang tindahan?

    Where’s the store?

    Asa ang merkado?

    Where’s the market?

    Asa ang hotel?

    Where’s the hotel?

    Asa ang hospital?

    Where’s the hospital?

    Asa ang bangko?

    Where’s the bank?

    Asa ang terminal sa bus (para Davao)?

    Where’s the bus station  (for Davao?)

    Asa ang restawran?

    Where’s the restaurant?

    Asa ang kasilyas (c.r.)?

    Where’s the toilet?

    Asa ang opisina sa mayor?

    Where’s the mayor’s office?

    Asa ang munisipyo?

    Where’s the town hall?

    Asa ang kapitolyo?

    Where’s the provincial capitol?

     

    Reply

    deretso lang

    straight ahead

    duol sa eskwelahan

    near the school

    diha sa kanto

    around the corner  

    sa sunod kalye

    on the next street

    tupad sa merkado 

    near the market

    sa tuo

    on your right

    sa wala

    on your left

    *This is an excerpt of the Magbinisaya Kita Phrasebook 1.

    Cebuano Phrasebook

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