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"Boholano" is a dialect of the language "Cebuano" which is widely spoken in Bohol and some part of Leyte. It is also spoken in Southern Philippines.
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"Boholano" is a dialect of the language "Cebuano" which is widely spoken in [[Bohol]] and some part of [[Leyte]]. It is also spoken in Southern [[Philippines]].
  
 
    
 
    

Revision as of 17:40, 22 July 2014

"Boholano" is a dialect of the language "Cebuano" which is widely spoken in Bohol and some part of Leyte. It is also spoken in Southern Philippines.


Pronunciation guide

Boholano has the same pronunciation as Cebuano.

Basics

Some phrases in this phrasebook still need to be translated. If you know anything about this language, you can help by plunging forward and translating a phrase.


Hello 
Halo
How are you? 
Kumusta ka?
Thank you very much. 
Salamat kaajo.
Thank you. 
Salamat.
What is your name? 
Unsay imong ngan?, Unsay ngan nimo?
My name is ______ . 
Ako si _____.
Please. 
Palihug
You're welcome. 
Way sapayan
Yes. 
Oo
No. 
Di
I'm sorry. 
Pasayloa ko.
Goodbye 
Ngari nami/Adto nami
Goodbye (informal
Babay
I can't speak [well]. 
Di ko kasulti [ug tarong]
Do you speak English? 
Kahibaw/kamao kag inEnglish?
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
Kinsay kahibaw/kamao ug inEnglish
Help! 
Tabang!
Look out! 
Pangbantay!
Good morning. 
Maajong buntag . (Mah ai dzong boon tahg )
Good evening. 
Maajong gabii . (gah bee ee )
Good night. 
Maajong gabii . ( )
I'm sleepy 
Katugon nako
I don't understand. 
Wa ko kasabot.
Where is the toilet? 
Asa dapit ang kasilyas?
I love you 
Gihigugma taka

Problems

Numbers

1 usa
2 duha
3 tulo
4 upat
5 lima
6 unum
7 pito
8 walo
9 siyam
10 napo
10 onwards are the same as Cebuano, but you may use English or Spanish

Time

Clock time

Duration

Days

Months

January 
Enero
February 
Pebrero
March 
Marso
April 
Abril
May 
Mayo
June 
Hunyo
July 
Hulyo
August 
Agosto
September 
Septyembre
October 
Oktubre
November 
Nobyembre
December 
Disyembre

Writing time and date

Colors

Blue= asul
Black= itum
Red= puwa
Yellow= dalag

===Transportation===;Car= kotse (ko che)

Bus and train

Directions

Lodging

Money

Peso= Piso (peeso)
Dollar= Dolyar (doll yar)

Eating

Bars

Shopping

Driving

Authority

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