What Is “Mood” In Tagalog? (Answers)
MOOD IN TAGALOG – This article will teach you about the Tagalog translation of the word “mood” based on the context of the sentence.
There are several Filipino words that don’t have a direct translation in English, that’s why we need context in order to fully translate them.
What is “Mood”?
“Mood” is an English term that refers to a temporary state of mind or feeling. It also refers to the way a person is feeling at a particular time.
What is “Mood” in Tagalog?
“Mood” can be directly translated as “modo”. The use of this word, however, may depend on the context of the sentence.
Here are some example sentences:
- Danica is in the mood to try something new.
- Mark is not in the mood to go to Leah’s house.
- George is in the mood to do what he wants to do.
- Ella is not in the mood to play games outside her house.
In Tagalog, these sentences could be translated as:
- Si Danica ay nasa modo na sumubok ng bago.
- Wala sa modo si Mark na pumunta sa bahay ni Leah.
- Nasa modo si George na gawin ang gusto niyang gawin.
- Si Ella ay wala sa modo na makipaglaro sa labas ng bahay niya.
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