Hello all! Its been an extremely boring and slow day at work. I rang up a total of like 5 people since 11am. It is now 5:30pm. Anyways, I was scrolling away on Instagram and saw a design for an “Ilokano” sticker made by @phatlip, a Seattle-based graphic designer.
As I was going through the comments, I saw a phrase I didn’t understand. Actually, I understood half of it. It said “kayat ko”, which means “I want.” I really do want to learn Spanish, Tagalog, and Ilocano so maybe I’ll start off with a word or phrase of that language or dialect every day. I want to at least be able to understand what people are saying to me. So, I think I’ll do that.
If there any words, phrases, saying that I should know in Spanish, Tagalog, and Ilocano, let me know and I’ll learn them. Maybe I’ll end up doing a Tagalog Tuesday, or Spanish Saturday, or Ilocano Friday, LOL.
Today’s Ilocano phrase: Kayat ko. -I want/like.
Thanks for reading!