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Author Photo by: seitt
Sep 29 2021, 4:40am CST ~ 3 weeks, 5 days ago. 
So you've been busy in your house.
Hi,
For example, my friend tells me that she has been busy cleaning, cooking etc.
To recapitulate, I might say, "So you've been busy in your house."
How can I say this sentence in Tagalog? I'm particularly interested in the "So...".
Best Wishes
Simon
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Author Photo isangtao
Sep 29 2021, 6:44am CST ~ 3 weeks, 5 days ago. 
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Author Photo Bituingmaykinang
Oct 01 2021, 4:12pm CST ~ 3 weeks, 2 days ago. 
Marami kang pinagkakaabalahan sa bahay mo
 
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Author Photo NikNak
Oct 02 2021, 7:28am CST ~ 3 weeks, 2 days ago. 
@seitt Oo ako rin. Nagtatrabaho ako sa kusina ko. May malaking bundok ng platito at tasa ... pero sa halip ng maglilinis mas gusto kong makipagtagalog nandito!
 
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Author Photo seitt
Oct 04 2021, 2:07am CST ~ 2 weeks, 7 days ago. 
Maraming salamat - lubhang malikhain!
 
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Author Photo sabertooth
Oct 04 2021, 11:21am CST ~ 2 weeks, 6 days ago. 
PLEASe note that tagalog speakers (especially the young ones) use the english "so" a lot in their sentences. Many tagalog sentences cannot sound natural without the english words. In fact, tagalog people can no longer say sorry or goodbye in Tagalog after being occupied by USA a hundred years ago. fee free to use So to begin your tagalog sentences.
 
(another note: nobody says LUBHANG MALIKHAIN in Metro Manila. It is a very deep poetic phrase, only used in very old poems. I suggest you say ANG GALENG! (great!)
 
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Author Photo seitt
Oct 04 2021, 11:51am CST ~ 2 weeks, 6 days ago. 
many thanks - but is it galing or galeng?
 
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Author Photo ItzAmber
Oct 05 2021, 3:39am CST ~ 2 weeks, 6 days ago. 
@seitt I think it's galing. I search 'galeng' on the dictionary, and nothing came up. Not even another spelling option for 'galing'. But I might be wrong, not sure.
 
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Author Photo learntagalog Badge: Native Tagalog SpeakerOfficial Tagalog.com Teacher Teacher
Oct 05 2021, 5:54am CST ~ 2 weeks, 6 days ago. 
@seitt
Option 1.
Eh, 'di abalang-abala ka sa bahay mo!
 
Option 2.
Eh, 'di ang dami mong pinagkaabalahan sa bahay mo.
 
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Author Photo PinoyTaj Badge: SupporterBadge: Serious Supporter
Oct 05 2021, 8:03am CST ~ 2 weeks, 6 days ago. 
@seitt Sometimes natives swap I for E and Vice versa . But yes the correct spelling is “galíng”.
 
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Author Photo akosikoneho Badge: SupporterBadge: Serious SupporterBadge: VIP SupporterOfficial Tagalog.com Teacher Teacher
Oct 05 2021, 9:20am CST ~ 2 weeks, 6 days ago. 
@seitt Standard tagalog would have galing. Southern tagalog allows for i/e and u/o allophony in closed syllables (syllables that end in a consonant), standard tagalog has i/e/ and u/o allophony, but in open syllables.
 
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Author Photo SiAko Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
Oct 16 2021, 8:03pm CST ~ 1 week, 1 day ago. 
@seitt from the context given, you would say: Masyado ka palang busy sa bahay ninyo. The particle pala means Oh, so.... to recapitulate something. Masyado emphasizes too much like too much work from the example. Ninyo is used in sa bahay ninyo to state that it's a shared house which is typical in a Filipino set up.
 
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