Singing nursery rhymes is a good way to introduce children or those who have just recently started learning a new language to new words and phrases. I don't think there are as many Tagalog nursery rhymes as there are in English, but this one that I'm going to introduce you to is a famous Tagalog nursery rhyme and might prove to be of help in remembering the Tagalog names of vegetables. This one is titled, "Bahay Kubo" (Nipa Hut). Video Embedded from robie317's channel Below are the original Tagalog lyrics and the English translation for comparison. Bahay Kubo Tagalog to English TranslationTagalogEnglishIBahay kubo,The nipa hut,kahit munti,even if it is small,ang halaman doon ay sari-sari.the plants there are of a wide variety.IISingkamas at talong,Mexican turnips and eggplants,sigarilyas at mani,winged beans and peanuts,sitaw, bataw, patani,string beans, hyacinth beans, lima beans,kundol, patola,winter melons, loofah,upo\u2019t, kalabasa,long gourd, and squash,at saka mayroon pangand there are alsolabanos, mustasa,horse radish, mustard,sibuyas, kamatis,onions, tomatoes,bawang at luya,garlic, and ginger,at sa paligid-ligidand the surrounding areaay puno ng linga.is full of sesame seeds.