Keiko and I have been thinking....
Thanks to the gay community, we have added a lot of jargon that we find very useful indeed. For one, to cover-up a secret conversation.
The most over-used word in the office is the word "churva," or kung super-jologs ka, "tserba o cherba" will do.
What it means, i don't have any idea.
Like the word "f*ck," you can use it on almost everything.
As an ADJECTIVE: "Ang cherba naman ng damit mo....!"
As an ADVERB: "How cherba-ly you move!"
As a NOUN: "Cherba naman, ano'ng petsa na? Ang tagal naman chumerba ni Cherba."
In this example, note that it has been used thrice. It was also used as a VERB, and as an expression of dismay.
Hay, napakarami talagang use ng word na ito. Pwedeng utter lang na expression of whatever you want: "Cherba!"
or para tukuyin ang isang tao: "Balita ko, cherba na raw si Cherba?"
or sa hayop: "Can you walk my cherba outside? He needs to cherba."
or syempre sa gawain: "Cherba tayo sa Starbucks!"
or kung galit ka sa isang tao: "Ewan! Cherba ka!"
or para may gawin kang milagro: "Cherbahin mo na nga yan para matapos na."
or kung may kelangan kang cherbahin for unknown reasons: "Na-cherba mo na ba yung pinapacherba ko sayong cherba kahapon nung chumerba tayo sa cherba?"
However, you use it, i'm sure everyone else will get it. Ang cherba lang eh, sana na-cherba nyo ang gusto kong cherbahin. Mga cherba kayo!
Adjectives are words that describe or modify another person or thing in the sentence.
Adverbs are words that modify.
A noun is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea.
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