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Saturday, July 23, 2016

Insta Scoop: Sarah Lahbati Responds to Netizen Questioning Her Diving in Gato



Images courtesy of Instagram: sarahlahbati

73 comments:

  1. Ayos yang Payed mo Sarah. Feeling alta kasi

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    1. sinauna ang english ni ateh. oh well. according sa aking nabasa sa net, the form still appears occasionally, but paid now prevails even in payed‘s traditional uses.

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    2. NAGIGING BASURAHAN KASI MGA MAGAGANDA NATING SITES DITO PAG NAPUPUNTAHAN NA NG MGA WALANG HABAS MAGTAPON NG MGA BASURA NILA! MGA ME KAYA PA NAMAN MGA NAKAKAPUNTA SA MGA GANYAN! WALANG PINAGKAIBA SA MGA NAKATIRA SA SLUMS!!!!

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    3. Mali ang paggamit nya ng word. Wag na natin idamay ang nakaraan. Masasaktan ka lang

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    4. Archaic English nga ba... o talagang nagkamali lang ng type?

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    5. Ay galit na galit si Ms. Cchees o, este si Anon 1:55. Relax din beh.

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    6. hahhahah natuwa ako sa analysis ng payed

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    7. Ginamit na kasi ung work na pay sa umpisa haha! Ung sumunod na naging sablay lol

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    8. 3:13 Haaang OA!!! Masasaktan tlga???? Hahahaha

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  2. Hala ka netizen. Justify further. Be specific on your "many years".

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  3. High sa katol yata yung nag comment. Naloka din ako sa payed ni Sarah ha.

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    1. Maybe it's a european thing? Anyways, she hailed from Switzerland where they predominantly use the french language. So mas bihasa sa french kesa english?

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    2. Actually marami pa rin sa US ang gumagamit ang payed instead of paid.

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  4. never liked sarah. sobrang patolera.

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  5. Confused si ateng. "paid" instead of "payed". Hehe. But anyway, maganda yung experience nya, nahaluan lang ng controversy. Tsk.

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    1. Both are correct

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    2. Past tense daw kasi nakabayad na sya

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  6. sa post ninyong dlawa mukhang magkakaroon na nga ng controversy. ahahaha.

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  7. very classy sumagot ni sarah. dapat siya tularan ng mga palengkerang artista

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    1. Classy pala ung "payed"?

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    2. Bigyan ng PLEYK si Sarah now na....paabot nga ng PLEYK...

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  8. ano ba mga ateh, nag "payed" naman sila. kebs na yan

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    1. Acceptable naman ang payed, medyo makaluma nga lang.

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  9. Feeling alta talaga yung grammar mo bes

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    1. uu nga feeling sya lol

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  10. Maganda na sana e. E nagcomment pa. Ayan, ate mag pose at mag post ka na lang ha

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  11. Mas curious ako kung ano meron na controversial sa GATO na hindi Alam ng outsider kagaya ko. Meron kaya FP reader na around that area? Sana mag post kayo para malaman rin namin kung ako ang controversial sa GATO na tinatakpan ng mga official niyo .

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  12. Ynez, go back to school na lang.

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  13. Investigate na yan, baka may kababalaghan na nangyayari dyan.

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  14. Wala naman akong nakita na pangit sa response ni Sarah so wala rin ako nega comment. Pero mukhang may past mystery na nangyari sa GATO at hindi Alam ng mga tourista. Sana more info pa ang ibinigay nong commenter para maliwanagan rin tayo.

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  15. Let's not forget Sarah's first language is French , and Tagalog ang then English . So until you can speak and understand those languages you have absolutely no right to bash her payed. Lumabas kayo ng pilipines and you'll find out it's a typical mistake foreign speakers commit .

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    1. Sang ayon ako dito!

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    2. Daming alam, hindi nga lang kasama yung tamang spelling ng "pilipines" lol

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    3. Dong, I speak fluent French and English. Tagalog din. Wrong spelling talaga si Sarah ng paid, okay? Typical mistake of state school educated foreigners. Fact.

      British Expat

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    4. Bosss, I live outside the Philippines and have travelled extensively. It is a fact that her usage is wrong. Ikaw na din nagsabi na typical mistake, so it IS a mistake, regardless of whether it is typical or not, and no, it is not typical.

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  16. payed is also correct,for many they more to use the paid one

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    1. 1:47 ano daw?

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    2. say what?
      konti lang ang diperensya sa kanegahan nito at ni JM. hmp!

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    3. Umm, no! Nakakaloka ka!

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    4. google din pag may time di puro hanash tama naman si anon 1:47

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  17. in Morroco English and French ang gamit nya kaya ganyan sya not being alta, she is using British not the American english

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    1. The British will shudder ar your comment dear. PAID, not PAYED. Maybe the French can accept those mistakes but not the Brits!

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    2. It is not a mistake. Both Paid and Payed are correct. see google definition for reference.

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  18. PAYED. Though less commonly used is acceptable.

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  19. Tama din naman yung payed. Gmg din

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  20. Paid is the standard past tense and participle of pay. Payed was historically used for the nautical senses of pay and in the phrasal verb pay out where what’s payed out is rope. The form still appears occasionally, but paid now prevails even in payed‘s traditional uses.

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    1. Tse sarah manahimik ka!

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    2. Galing ni merriam-webster no?

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    3. Ano ba problema niyo 304 and 353?Why are you mocking 2:26. Wala namang siyang sinabing masama. He was just explaining na tama ang usage ng "payed". At least di ba may natutunan tayo. If you don't understand something don't bash it or the person explaining. Wag tayo mag-smart shame. - not Sarah, not 2:26.

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    4. Nabasa ko na kung san nya cinopy paste yang sentence na yan. Di nya sinama kung san ginagamit ang Payed. Jusme

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  21. Payed is also correct. Parang moneys at monies. Both correct. Makapuna lang e. Kung di sigurado, google muna bago puna

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    1. Nope. not the same. monies is absolutely not the plural form of money.

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  22. Eto na naman ang mga grammar nazi na nagmumukhang shunga sa kaka-correct sa grammar ng iba. O ngayon acceptable din yung payed, ano comment nyo?

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    1. Di sya tama kasi ginagamit lang ang Payed sa ibang purpose. Pag financial as in nagbayad, syempre paid ang ibig sabihin. Magreresearch na lang kulang kulang pa.

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  23. wag na magenglish kung ang grammar ay. . . nkamamatay ba magtagalog?

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  24. so bottomline, ano yung controversy na sinasabi ng netizen?

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    1. Oo nga. Sana maisiwalat na.

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    2. Kaya nga! Masyado na-distract ang mga baklang to sa "payed" ni Sarah. Dapat ungkatin kung ano man yang controversy na yan

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  25. Hindi first language ni sarah ang english. French talaga. So nvm na lang ang "payed" nya. Ano ba naman kayo. Kay liit na isyu palalakihin pa.

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  26. daming mapag patol sa payed .. google google din pag may time bago kumuda

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    1. yes, ginoogle ko, at mali talga sya. ikaw din, bago kumuda, alamin ang context kung saan ginamit before ang salitang payed.

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  27. Eh sus pati ba nmn yan kailangan pansinin ni basher lahat lahat nlng ba walang kawala kalerky! Eh ano nmn sa puso nya kung gusto ni SarahL mag dive dun jusko po si ateh napansin parin kalerky ng to da nax tsk. At sana hndi na sumagot tong si Sarah sana in a way nlng na parang picture or what para hndi masabi na patolera din ang labas nya tsk.

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  28. Funniest thing is yung mga nagtatanggol sa grammar ni sarah pa mismo ang may mga spelling/grammatical errors lol!

    Anyways, I'm not sure if Sarah's just curious about the "controversial" thingy kasi her response comes to me as somewhat defensive but whatevs. Must be a reading comprehension fail on my part..

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  29. SERYOSO BA TO? The issue is about Gato Island, pero grammar lang ang napansin ng mga tao. Was looking for a comment regardingnthe controversy pero mas importante sakanila yung PAYED hahaha tataba ng utak

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    1. well, typical pinoys.. pagalingan sa ingles. ikakayaman daw nila. hahaha

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    2. Ganyan sila kalalim. Akala ko nga nasa english learning forum ako eh hahaha

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  30. If your dealing with money paid is the correct word to use.

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  31. I'm still waiting kung anong controversy sa GATO. Daming pampams.

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  32. hay naku, bago mang bash seguraduhin nyo munang perpekto kayo... ang yayabang at ang gagaling mang insulto, sablay din naman...

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  33. Mas nakuha attention ko sa payed at there many divers etc. lol. masearch nga muna yung gato

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  34. Hay ano beh naman...ang daming grammar nazis...ang mga native speakers nga deadma sa grammar n spelling. It's not a big deal sa kanila, pero ang ibang pinoy as usual feeling intellectual n nagmamagaling...kala mo mga kamag anak ni Einstein kung maka correct....hayyyy

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