Off of/From

Discussion in 'Tagalog and Filipino Languages' started by Inglip, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. Inglip Senior Member

    Dubai, UAE
    English - UK
    It's a long story, but I want to say: 'A Russian girl licked cake off of my nipple at the party last night.'

    I was a little confused how to consturct it, in particular, the 'off of' part.

    I was debating, 1. 'dinilahan ng russinan na babae ng cake ang utong ko sa party kagabi.' or, 2. 'Dumila ang russian na babae ng cake sa/nasa utong ko sa party kagabi'

    With onstruction 2, I wasn't sure between 'nasa' or 'sa.'
    Anyway, trying to construct this sentence made me realise, I don't really confident to say 'off of' or 'from.' Ex: 'He took the book off of the table' or 'The woman bought her car from the new car dealership in town'

    Any help would be great!
  2. mataripis

    mataripis Senior Member

    it is simply "Inalis"or "tinanggal" ( off/of) The first sentence 1.) A russian licked the cake in my nipple last night in a party. = 1.) Nasa utong ko ang icing ng cake kaya nga hinimod ng rusong babae kagabi sa isang kasiyahan. let's wait for other explanation.
  3. mr. mister New Member

    valenzuela city philipine
    My translation is "Dinalaan ng isang babaeng russo ang cake na nasa aking utong kagabi sa party".

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