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    What a good example of all the influence Spanish had and still has. If it managed to get into Tagalog, it's not crazy to have it in Ilocano too.

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    Yeah, really. Perhaps once my Spanish is at a higher level, I'll be able to do this as well

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    Just keep practicing it
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    Yes, seven years learning and still have a long way to go! The truth is you never stop learning a language, with time it continues to improve.

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    I don't speak Ilocano (my grandfather did), but Tagalog is my first language, I'm almost certain its VSO.

    As for kamustakayo...yes it's kamusta (how are...) kayo (you all) same in Tagalog and yes it's based from Spanish 'como esta'.

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    I know this is an old post but I wanted to share this information with this lovely community in case anyone ever needs it.

    https://glosbe.com/en/ilo

    It's a bilingual dictionary English<Ilocano (extremely useful I must say!) =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by agustinab View Post
    I know this is an old post but I wanted to share this information with this lovely community in case anyone ever needs it.

    https://glosbe.com/en/ilo

    It's a bilingual dictionary English<Ilocano (extremely useful I must say!) =)
    Useful and one-of-a-kind apparently!

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    It is!!

    I also found the same one but for Kirundi: https://glosbe.com/en/vi/Kirundi

    They saved me hehe

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