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Monday, March 20, 2017

Insta Scoop: Marian Rivera Dantes Thanks Husband for Letting Her Do What She Wants

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  1. may naiinggit na naman

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  2. Sweetness Overload. #PerfectCouple

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  3. Sarap sa feeling na todo suporta sayo yung partner mo. Every step of the way, nakasuporta siya sa mga dreams mo. Kakakilig. #bitamina

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  4. Kilig talaga ang DongYan. A face of happy and contented couple. God bless DYZ..

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    1. Lord sana marami pang Dingdong sa mundo na kayang sumuporta sa asawa niya

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    2. for me maganda cya manamit..napaka linis at decent tignan...hindi tulad ng iba n sapin-sapin n ung suot..

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  5. Mukhang tuyot si DD sa pic. Marian's always gorgeous though.

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    1. Bekemon di maganda si marian manamit. Mukha lang maganda. She needs a stylist. O baka kahit may stylist same oa din. Di magaling magdala ng mamahaling damit.

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    2. 6:05 Nasa bakasyon siya malamang siya yung nagstyle sa sarili niya. Wag kang masyadong insecure just because you can't afford what she's wearing, doesnt mean you need to bash her. Magipon ka kasi baks para di ka nabibitter dyan.

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    3. 10:33 may mga tao kasi na kahti sako at mumurahin ang isuot maganda pa rin tignan. May iba naman na ubod na ng mahal ang damit, fashion victim pa rin ang dating.

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    4. Pag may maliit na bata kang alaga, I'm sure comportable isusuot mo or else para mo na ding pinahirapan sarili mo unless may baon kang yaya! Try ko kayang humabol ng toddler na naka 3 inch heels at plunging neckline?

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    5. 4:33 Hindi alam yan ng mga feeling fashionista. All they think of is how to look beautiful physically kasi kulang sila sa area na yan unlike Marian na kahit ano isuot ok lang sa kanya, confident kasi siya na maganda siya, and since ang focus niya ay pamilya at hindi maging fashionista.

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    6. Dingdong The Ever Guapo!!!! Idol mo ang Tuyot Te. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£12:25 am

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  6. enabling talaga? wala ng ibang word?

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    1. Pati un napansin

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    2. So? As long as it's not wrong grammar like your idolet, that will do.

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    3. pake mo ig nya yan.hahah..mema lang tong baklitang to.

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    4. Yan ang unang nakuha sa google siguro before writing the caption. Walang basagan ng trip. Haha!

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    5. 12:30 yan din napansin ko. Hahaha. Parang mas may iba pang word na dapat ginamit niya.

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    6. Tama po yung salitang enabling kahit igoogle nyo pa.

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    7. di naman sinabing mali. parang mas apt yung thank u for helping me or allowing me to achieve my dreams eklavu

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    8. Better sana if she used the word "allowing" instead of enabling but it's all good, ang mahalaga na-convey nya yung message nya. Peace!

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    9. 1:14 anong dapat matutunan? di naman unusual word yung enabling

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    10. tama yong "enabling"
      -I have Master's degree in English language teaching-

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    11. para kunyari deep. enabling hahahaa

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    12. Sa nagsasabing better ang allowing, mali kayo. Kasi pag allowing, need pa ng permission. Eh hindi naman niya kailangan ng permission. Si DD ang nagpush sa kanya to do what she wants kaya enabling. Masyado kasi limited vocabulary niyo sa basic language. Aral din ng konti. Grad ng Psych yan. So di niya kailangan igoogle. Mga nagmamagaling. May maipuna lang.

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    13. Wag m kc bes itranslate literally.

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    14. Allow isn't the same as enabling. Enabling implies support, and even assistance. Tama ang word na ginamit kaya tama na ang pag criticize. Kung sa inyo, your spouses allowed you to do things, Dong even helped Marian achieve her aspirations.

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    15. Ano ang mali sa paggamit niya ng enabling? Porke di kayo sanay gamitin yung word akala nyo di na akmang gamitin sa sentence niya? Lol. These know-it-all haters of Marian are so social climber.

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    16. Kayo, wala na kayong ibang ginagawa kung hindi pumuna? Nasa Japan na at lahat si Marian, nag-aaral ng ikebana, kayo na pinupuna nyo eh yung salitang enabling na tama naman. Walang ganap sa mga buhay nyo? Get a life!

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    17. Yan po ang word na madalas gamitin sa social media specially IG. Ang dami nga dyan kung tawagin ang sarili nila... "enablers". Tingnan niyo lang ang mga ig profile ng ibang tao. Nag-e-evolve na po ang language natin mga ateng. Don't be too traditional.

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    18. Pag sinabi nyang allow or help may maipupuna parin naman kayo eh, so push na sa enabling.

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    19. May tao na di magaling magsalita ng english kasi kulang sa practice pero di ibig sabihin nun ay dimahusay sumulat in english! Pansin ko nga kahit tagalog hindi paulit ulit caption nya ibig sabihin may talino si Marian kaya wag maliitin!

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    20. Hahahaha just because di niyo maintindihan yung word na "ENABLING", bash na agad. If Marian wants that word, your brain needs to comprehend it in some way. Simple word lang ang ENABLING, di na ba kinaya ng utak ng bashers ni Marian? Kakaloka.

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    21. Baks kaya nga may synonyms diba? Words of different spelling but of the same meaning and thought. Like the word "happy", you can alternate it with jolly, glad and joyous. Same with the word "always", masyadong gasgas na kaya you can use frequently. Huwag masyadong pa intellect effect. Besides speaking fluent in English doesn't mean you're intelligent. Like ng kakilala ko, since kinder English speaking na sya. High school na sya hindi pa nya memorized ang table of multiplication. She needs a calculator to get the result of 9x9.

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    22. Agree with 6:16 at 6:53 AM.
      Pak na pak ang explanation.

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    23. 3:56 Sana alam mo ang difference between "allow vs help vs enable." Maka-correct ka e yung vocabulary mo limited naman.

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    24. Enabling is right naman. What's wrong with it?

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  7. Tapos na ang Feb pero bakit kinikilig pa din ako?

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  8. Syempre para you'll let him do what he wants din hehhe

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    1. Hahaha i agree. Dingdong dantes pa. Anyway, define enabling.

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    2. 6:47 Make use of your net wisely. Search in google what it means. Big desl sayo yung word kasi di mo alam meaning? Kakaaawang nilalang.

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    3. Wag ka maawa sa akin, kay marian ka maawa. Ayaw nyang iimprove yung weakness nya. Para nman sa knya yan. D kailangan maging fluent. Wag lang masakit sa tenga magsalita.

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    4. 3:57 mas kakaawa ka kasi limited lang alam mo maka bash ka lang as if naman di tama ang enabling sinabi ni MR. Meaning mismo ikaw di mo alam ibig sabihin so dapat ikaw mag improve ng weakness not MR LOL

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    5. Bakit kami maaawa kay marian 3:57? Hindi naman sya tatakbo sa senado, di naman sya magtuturo ng english, ang dialogue naman tagalog, ang yaman nya, dami nyang business, macho at pogi ng asawa, ganda ng anak, ano pa? Yung conversational engligh mahahasa din sya dahil sa daily conversations nila ni DD pero wag natin ipilit para kasing ikamamatay ni marian hindi maka salita ng english!

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    6. 8:54, si 3:57 mamatay-matay sa inggit kay Marian kaya wala ng ibang maipam-bash kundi English. Baka nga naman sakaling maiangat niya ang self-esteem niya by doing that.

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  9. naloka ako dun sa enabling. hahaha!

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    1. mabuti din yung matuto kuong ibang term nmb ang magamit. Go marian. mamatay sa inggit ang bashers

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    2. at least marunong syang mag google Lels

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    3. Kesa naman you never "seize to amaze me"! Wink wink!

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    4. 1:05 is there any problem with the word enabling? Di ka pamilyar bes? Aral aral din pag may time.

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    5. 1:05 napaka-limited naman ng vocabulary mo.

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    6. Kesa naman YOU MADE ME TEAR. Bwahahahahha masabi lang na nagthesaurus ng word na CRY. Mas nakakaloka yun baks!

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    7. What's wrong with the word "enabling"?

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  10. ENABLING? Minsan na nga lang mag caption ng ingles, palpak pa

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    1. so what is wrong with that paki esplika 1:16 baka ikaw di mo ma explain kung ano palpak ..

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    2. Whats wrong with enabling? Just because you're not used to the word does not make it Wrong.

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    3. 1:49 If you're a well read person with a wide vocabulary malamang ma notice mo na mali yung choice of word nya. But you probably don't read a lot and didn't pay much attention to your English classes.

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    4. Uyyy. Inggit si hater.

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    5. 1:16 Paulit-ulit ka. Ganyan talaga sa tulad mong very limited ang vocabulary and makitid ang utak. Hindi si Marian ang kawawa. Ikaw. ;-)

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    6. wala namang mali, di mo lang alam ang ibig sabihin ng enabling hahaha

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    7. tama yong "enabling"
      -I have Master's degree in English language teaching-

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    8. Tama naman ah? Makapintas lang kahit tama mamaliin!

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    9. Tama nman gamit nya. Literal na Tinatranslate mo kc from english to tagalog. Dpende kc yan sa gmit.

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    10. 1:16 Most of her captions are in English. Besides, I don't see anything wrong with her usage of the word "enabling". Is this your first time hearing the term?

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    11. Bwahahahaha sanay kasi ang mga imbecile na to sa simple word na ALLOW. Try niyo kasi magaral para makagamit din kayo ng mas malalim na word kesa sa allow.

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    12. 2:54 Well said.

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  11. anong mali sa enabling? Is similar to empowerment, and describes patterns of interaction which allow individuals to develop and grow. Ayan mga reklamadora....

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  12. Uhm enabling means to make someone do something. Nothing wrong with using the word in her sentence. Baka akala nyo mali kasi di sya laging naririnig or nababasa kung sobrang babaw ng mga binabasa nyo. Minsan di masama tumingin sa dictionary. May mga cp at net access naman kayo.

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    1. We all know what enabling means since it's a pretty common term, pero hindi sya ang appropriate word na dapat ginamit. Ang awkward pakinggan ng sentence.

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    2. Tama ka mga nega dito parang ngayon lang nkarinig ng salitang "enabling". Mga nagmamagaling! Kairita!

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    3. Ang lalakas ng loob manlait ng mga basher na ito akala nila ang gagaling nila db? Pero word na enabling di nila alam hahaha!

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    4. 2:48 are you sure? Sige nga magbigay ka ng tamang word. And make sure that word is more appropriate. Hindi lang yung more common.

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    5. 2:48 GO BACK TO SCHOOL. Hirap sainyo nagrerely kayo sa "tunog" ng words. O bakit yung YOU MADE ME TEAR, awkward din ba yun pakinggan? Hahahahaha

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    6. 2:48, actually, it IS the appropriate term. DD does not "allow" her as this implies a need for permission on her part, but rather "enables" (i.e., makes/helps her do) her to do what she wants, which implies support. Di ba siya nagparegister nung business ni M?
      Ok na ba, baks?

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    7. Parang nagtranslate siya ng word at enabling ang unang nakita. Anyway, she may not be good in written & spoken English but we get what she means. But I notice, she's good in written Filipino.

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    8. @2:48 limited lang ang word vocabulary mo. Don't say it's not appropriate ang "enabling".

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    9. 1:15 Marian is good in written. Di porke weak sa verbal e weak na rin sa written. I do hope you check her IG for you to see how good she is in English. May tao lang talagang mas conversant sa Tagalog.

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  13. Thank you bashers for enabling me to love Marian more

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    1. Hahaha, Baks nadale mo!

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    2. a confident woman na walang pakialam sa shallow judgement ng ibang tao. now thats a role model!!!!

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  14. wow malapit na talaga business nyan flower shop ..kaya marami na naman inggitera

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  15. Marian is a very lucky woman. Ganyan ang binabash, mas lalo sya bine-bless.

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  16. Jusko, lumalabas level of education nyo if you think enabling is the wrong word for her caption

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    1. Gurl correct ang grammar ni marian. Wg magmarunong ateng🀣!

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    2. 10:05 di ka marunong magbasa hahaha

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    3. natural tama grammar nya jan, sayang nman binabayad nya sa publicist nya kung ipapahiya lng sha

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    4. Close kayo ni Marian 4:27? Kilala mo publicist niya? Sinabi sa'yo na may publicist siya? Wow galing mo ha.

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    5. 4:27 so you mean kasama nila publicist ni marian? Or isend muna sa publicist ibabalik kay marian tapos ipopost? Now this is getting ridiculous! Even sa tagalog matalino sumagot si marian sa interviw di paligoy ligoy o pa-cute therefore I think magaling sya sa written english.

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    6. Supalpal ka lang 4:27 kaya ibahin ang tactic, kung di daw si dd ang proofreader, may publicist naman ngayon? Bwahaha mga shuna. Aminin nyo na mas tanga kayo marian. Tama naman sya pero para sa inyo mali pa din? Utak nyo na ang need ng publicist.

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    7. 8:46 PM..matalino na un ganun magsalita sau? okay

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  17. gwapo, responsable husband and father.....dingdong!!! magpa clone ka na!!

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    1. wag na, dadami mamalditahan nung asawa nya

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  18. "Allow"- means to permit of give permission

    "Enable" - means to provide the means or power, or to make something possible or easy.


    She used the word "ENABLING" bc her husband is providing the means or opportunity for her to achieve one of her dreams. (I.E he bought the flower shop and workshop for her. )

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    1. 6:06 AM..anu kba? hndi nman sha nag isip nyan, alam nman ng lahat hangan san lng vocabulary nya, dpat nga nagta-tagalog nlng sha sa mga posts nya...wuy wuy ayan na, kating kati na mag type ng replies mga faneys nya :)

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    2. 9:54 Ngayon prinovide an kayo ng maayos ng terminology, biglang kabig kayo na dapat ng tagalog na lang. AMO BANG PAKE NINYO? Pakealaman niyo kasi yung grammar ng idol niyong pinanganak daw sa SF pero written and oral, BAGSAK SA ENGLISH. Ok?

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    3. Hindi ako fan, pero ang nega mo 9:54. Sana ma-realize mo na hindi mo kilala personally ung tao para mag-judge ka ng kakayahan nya. Grabe ka. I feel bad for your partner kung meron ka man. Ayan dyina-judge na din kita.

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    4. 9:54 pagdudahan pa talino ni Marian! I'm sure gumawa yan ng thesis, essays or reports in english besides college graduate sya, iba yung maganda lang pakinggan english na may hissing sound hehe! kesa sa may totoong talino na nakikita sa written english! Compare mo kaya yung 2 types!

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  19. sa mga natatawa sa pag-gamit ni marian ng word na enabling, lumamon kayo ng dictionary.

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    1. Tama🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  20. Nagmamagaling na naman ang mga haters ni Marian. Hindi siya mag English ang dami nyong lait. Nag English na nga, dami nyo pa ring lait. Hala kayo na ang may master sa English.

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  21. "Allow" pinayagan, "enabling" hinayaan big difference. Mas appropriate yung! enabling sa caption nato

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  22. Sa nagmamarunong try nio po igoogle caption ni marian.πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„ isang malaking check po grammar ni marian. Pasok sa banga!!!πŸ‘πŸΌ

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  23. She used the correct term. Enebe, napaghahalata kayo

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  24. pinagtalunan nyo tlga un kapiranggot na english nya, ur all funny

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    1. Kaya nga. Ang comments section pinagdiskusyunan ang "enabling."

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    2. kaya nga eh, to think na malamang hndi nman sha nakaisip nyan, sus alam nman ng lahat hangang san lng vocabulary nya

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    3. 3:00 PM..haha natawa nman ako dun..onga nman..dahil jan lagot ka sa fans nyang mga katipunera

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    4. 3:00 kanina ka pa ha! Just how well do you know Marian? Howdo you know she has a limited vocabulary? Have you followed her ig? Sya yung may sense magsulat ng caption be it in tagalog or english!

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    5. ah sus inggit kalang kasi gumamit sya ng term na hindi familiar sayo anon 3:00pm. halatang halata talaga yong inggit mo sa katawan LOL

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    6. @3:00 pm
      bkit ano bang alam mo sa kung hanggang san ang vocabulary ni marian? hindi ba pwedeng magaling sta sa written english? o mali ba kung pagisipan nya bawat caption nya hi di lang basta may maisulat? o bka ikaw ang mali at kulang ang vocabulary?

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  25. Yun iba basher mema lng tlga 🀣🀣🀣

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  26. Yung mga nagmamarunong dito na sinasabing nakakatawa daw yung "enabling", typical engot peenoise na por que ngayon lang nabasa ang isang salita eh akala nila mali. Pwe

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  27. what u are all talking about? Im english speaker too and she is my role model, we are both gooder in english than everyone of you, hehe

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    1. I wish you are funnier than you think 3:42! Try again, maybe next time you can force a grin on me!

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    2. "I wish you are funnier than you think 3:42! Try again, maybe next time you can force a grin on me!"..arte mo wuy

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    3. Thank you for enabling me to react to your corny joke!

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  28. This woman is right straight winning in life!

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  29. Haters, napakahirap bang aminin na tama na naman english ni Marian at mali mga pinipilit nyong english? Minsan hindi masama lunukin ang pride!

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  30. BAKIT PINAGTATALUNAN ENGLISH NI MARIAN? " LAGI NAMAN SI DINGDONG NAGPPROOFREAD NYAN OR SINDONGDONG MISMO NAGSUSULAT. END OF DISCUSSION. Teeeheee heee

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    1. Huy, hater! Hanggang ngayon ganyan pa rin ang buhay nyo! Puro kayo bash sa mga taong masaya sa buhay nila. Mabilis ang karma kaya magbago na kayo hanggang maaga!

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  31. Oo na si Marian na di marunong mag english, sya naman mismo nagsabi na di sya ganon kagaling mag english. Kung ikakasaya nyo yang magngungutya sa isang salita na "enabling" sige lang. hanggang pinagtatawanan nyo yang kapitanggot na salita na yan at binibigyan ng panahon, ayun si Marian namumuhay ng masaya at sa piling ng pamilya nya na punong puno ng kasiyahan.

    Ay teka, bakit nga ba pinapansin ko ang masaya at punong pagmamahl na buhay nya? Eh kasi yung picture ay tungkol sa pagmamahal at pagpapasalamat nya sa asawa nya. Pero ang iba mas pinipiling pansinin ang nagiisang salita na "enabling".

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  32. Read her college yearbook writeup and judge for yourself if she's good in written english.

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  33. It is correct. But grammar is sometimes about the choice of words and how it would sound when you write or say it. She could have said, "... for letting me..." Sometimes big or uncommon words are not needed to express your thoughts, but if you think using other words may make your statement sound more intelligent, go ahead. But as I've said, she used it correctly. It's just the flow of how it was read, hindi siya naging smooth, parang may momentary hump kaya madaming nag react na mali daw.

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  34. wow inglishhher

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  35. career is flower

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