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Carmelo Hechanova Tuble

Tustin, California

Auto Repair Videos

Twelve auto repair videos in English Scripts and translated to Filipino language.

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Sheena Plohr

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Irvine, California

Filipino and English

These are sample scripts I translated to showcase my skills.

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Jheesa Guzman

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dasmariñas, Philippines

Rated SPG Script

Translation Demo

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Jaja Melissa D. Peňa

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English translated to Filipino

This is an essay about our current issues on Global Warning. It was written and English from the start then I translated to Filipino.

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Jerome Cabural

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English to Filipino, Filipino to English, Gaming Industry, Podcast

I can translate English to Filipino or Filipino to English. I have a wide knowledge in Gaming Industry since I've been playing PC or Mobile Games.

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Criscelle Magallon

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Malolos, Philippines

Filipino to English Translator

I accepted this one-day project that I've delivered after 3hrs.

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Irish A. Duhaylungsod

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I am fluent in both Filipino and English. Education and Communication.

My first language is Filipino, and my parents taught me English. I grew up learning both of these languages. I can bring my ability to channel my creativity to every project I undertake. I can contribute my ability to channel my creativity to every project I undertake.

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Willianne Rose Perez

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Malolos, Philippines

English to Filipino Sample Translation

This sample was one the essays that I made for application purposes only.

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Ria Vrana

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Ledeč nad Sázavou, Czech Republic

Narrative Translation

Published this for a newspaper in Canada. Written in English - Filipino (Tagalog) translation was required.

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Rayleen Joyce Panganiban

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Malolos City, Philippines

Copywriting for a Flower Shop

I translated this sample script from English to Filipino. This is a copywriting for Upside Down Flower Shop. Though translated in Filipino, I maintained the persuasive tone as much as I can, though the words used were longer.

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Iggy Sapalo

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Muntinlupa, Philippines

Lines taken from Breaking Bad

These are lines originally from Breaking Bad which I translated into Filipino. Please see my translation attached. This was written to coincide with the lines on the series for prospective voice over work.

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Lindsey Pajarillaga

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Porac

I became the president of a Filipino organization in our school.

I can share my Filipino vocabulary words. Translate English to Filipino, give examples on how to use these words or its synonyms. Articles, Poems, Songs etc. In communication one impact of misunderstanding is language, it creates a barrier with the two or more people in the conversation.

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All About English to Filipino Translation

Are you looking for an English to Filipino translator who can customize your English text to help it strike a chord with an audience based in the Philippines? By hiring one of our talented English to Filipino translators, your written content will be re envisioned to ensure that it is accessible and resonant for a Filipino speaking audience. Connect directly with your Filipino audience by sourcing a professional English to Filipino translator on Voices today.

The Filipino language reflects the cultural and political history of the Philippines. The country was under Spanish rule for over 300 years, and following the culmination of the Spanish American war, the Philippines (which were then a colony of the Spanish East Indies) were sold to the United States. Afterward, for three years during the Second World War, the Philippines were occupied by Japan. As a result of the various cultures that converged in the Philippines over the years, Filipino is a blend of multiple languages that have been spoken in the country, including Chinese, English, and Spanish. In fact, roughly one third of Filipino words are derived from Spanish, and many Filipino words are simply the phonetic spellings of English words. For example, the Filipino word for boxing is 'boksing,' the word for school is 'iskul,' and the word for driver is 'drayber.'

Filipino and English share official language status in the Philippines. Filipino gained its official language status in 1987, replacing Tagalog, which had been the national language of the Philippines since 1937. Filipino is a standardized variety, or an updated version, of Tagalog, with the two languages sharing numerous similarities and commonly being seen as interchangeable. A few differences between Filipino and Tagalog include the fact that Filipino has a smaller vocabulary than Tagalog, as well as more relaxed rules when it comes to grammar and sentence structure. Filipino is the mother tongue of about 24 million people in the Philippines, which represents about one quarter of their population. It is the language used in educational contexts in the Philippines, as well as in most media industries, such as filmmaking and broadcasting. Despite the prominence of Filipino and Tagalog within the country, the Philippines is a multilingual state with more than 175 living languages. Most Filipino citizens are multilingual.

Studies show that consumers are more likely to purchase when products are advertised to them in their mother tongue. If you're targeting your company or content at an audience based in the Philippines, then hiring a competent English to Filipino translator is a great decision.

When you sign up for Voices, you'll gain immediate access to a global community of translators who are well versed in languages from all around the world. Not only will your English message assume a new life in Filipino, but it will be carefully translated and localized to ensure that it sounds authentic to a native Filipino speaker. Level up your communications efforts by branching into the Filipino market and hiring one of the English to Filipino translators featured here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The two official languages of the Philippines are Filipino and English. However, the Philippines is a linguistically diverse country, with over 175 living languages spoken there.

The population of the Philippines is about 110 million people.

The best way to translate your text from English to Filipino is by hiring one of the experienced English to Filipino translators featured on Voices. Post a job and get matched with the perfect English to Filipinno translator to lend their linguistic expertise to your project.