This is a list of jobs in Tagalog. This will help you describe what you do for a living. It is especially useful when introducing yourself.
|Policeman: parak=formal pulis=conversational|
|Teacher: guro=formal titser=conversational|
|Businessman: negosyante=conversational mangangalakal=formal--
|Student: mag-aaral=formal estudyante=conversational|
|Singer: manganganta, mang-aawit=formal, singer= conversational--|
These examples will help you answer the question "What do you do?" or "What do you do for a living?". Note how the personal pronouns are used with the nouns in this sentence.
|I'm looking for a job: naghahanap ako ng trabaho|
|I'm an artist: pintor ako
|He is a policeman: pulis siya|
|She is a singer: singer / manganganta ako
|I'm a new employee: bagong empleyado ako|
|I have a long experience: malawak ang karanasan ko|
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