Do you still get kilig?
Language is our way to communicate every day. It allows us to understand each other and unites us as a community. But like any other thing that we often use, we sometimes give it less meaning or take it for granted.
We listed down five beautiful Filipino words to rekindle your love and kilig for language and celebrate Buwan Ng Wika, the modern Filipina way!
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Nothing’s sweeter than a well-thought out term of endearment. Tinatangi is a word you call someone special to you. Share this with your significant other along with a playlist and make sure to send your message across with the song Tinatangi by Ben & Ben. Gift them a pair of wireless earphones from JBL to make sure that they know how much you miss them.
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The quarantine season has got artists’ creative juices working, inspired by the times. Likha is a Filipino verb that means to create something out of intelligence or great skill. When was the last time you created something? Stir up your passion for art and try a new medium. Go digital with your own iPencil from Power Mac Center and take your new iPad Pro for a drawing session.
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It is important – now more than ever – to look after your mental health. With everything that’s happening in the world, taking time to muni muni is one of the best ways to practice self-care. Muni muni means to reflect or think deeply. This is best done with a close friend while on video call – ask each other how you cope and mend, how things are affecting and changing your perspective. The new OPPO Reno2 allows meaningful talks to run smoothly while we’re all still easing into the new normal.
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Moving your body helps maintain a happy disposition that heals the soul. Indak means to dance to the beat of music. Listen to your favorite songs as you let loose and dance in your room with your own Google Home Mini from SM Cyberzone. While you’re at it, say hey to your new home assistant and ask about more Filipino words you want to learn about.
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The short but cute word kilig means butterflies in your stomach – that feeling you get when you see your K-Pop idol or your best Oppa. Enjoy your favorite music videos and K-dramas with the Samsung The Serif. Its unique design and smart TV feature makes watching your faves way more fun. Make your kilig experience extra by ordering in from your favorite restos with the SM Take Out and Delivery Viber Community.
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