SALIN NG PAG-UUSAP
(Carol, Margie, and Lino are talking about their Asian Club potluck party.)
Carol: Hey, Lino. Have you decided what to bring to our potluck party this Sunday?
Lino: Not yet. Help me, because they said that we have to bring food native to one’s culture.
Margie: Why don’t you cook adobo? Your adobo is good.
Lino: Is that the pork adobo?
Margie: No. It is the pork and chicken adobo.
Carol: I agree, Lino. I think it should be that one. That tastes good.
Lino: Okey, it’s pork and chicken adobo, then. Carol, I know what Filipino food you cook very well.
Carol: Which one?
Lino: Your version of Pansit Bihon.
Carol: Oh, that is not my cooking. It is my mother who cooks delicious Pansit Bihon.
All right. That is what I will bring. I will ask for the recipe from my mother and request her to teach me how to cook it.
Margie: Share the recipe with me, Carol, and I will watch you cook Pancit Canton.