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Tagalog language - Wikipedia
Tagalog (/ t ə ˈ ɡ ɑː l ɒ ɡ /; Tagalog pronunciation: [tɐˈɡaːloɡ]) is an Austronesian language spoken as a first language by a quarter of the population of the Philippines and as a second language by the majority. [citation needed] Its standardized form, officially named Filipino, is the national language of the Philippines, and is one of two official languages alongside English.

Useful Tagalog Phrases 3 - SEAsite - Southeast Asian ...
Counting (Cardinal) Numbers. Tagalog counting numbers basically follow either the Malay or Spanish root words. It is more common to hear Filipinos (even non-Tagalog speakers) use the Spanish-based counting numbers in telling time (e.g., ala una ng hapon) and ocassionally when counting money (e.g., dies mil pesos). However, Tagalog speakers often use the Malay-based counting numbers with ...

Tagalog grammar - Wikipedia
Tagalog grammar is the body of rules that describe the structure of expressions in the Tagalog language, the language of the Tagalog region of the Philippines.. In Tagalog, there are eight basic parts of speech: verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, pronouns, conjunctions and particles.Tagalog is a slightly inflected language. Pronouns are inflected for number; and verbs, for focus ...

Basic Tagalog: Let's Learn the Basics of Tagalog!
Basic Tagalog... Let's Learn the Basics of Tagalog Online... Pronunciation, Greetings, Alphabet, Numbers... Most useful words and phrases!

How to Speak Tagalog: 6 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow
How to Speak Tagalog. Learning to speak a few handy phrases and words in Tagalog, which is also called Filipino, just might save your life and make vacationing or living in the Philippines a lot easier. It can also help in communicating...

Tagalog Pronouns - Bright Blue Weather
Learning the Tagalog Pronouns displayed below is vital to the language. Tagalog pronouns include personal pronouns (refer to the persons speaking, the persons spoken to, or the persons or things spoken about), indefinite pronouns, relative pronouns (connect parts of sentences) and reciprocal or ...

Tagalog Phrases: Basic Things To Say To Filipinos!
Magandang… Magandang araw… Magandang umaga… Magandang hapon… Magandang gabi. Know these Tagalog phrases by heart!

Tagalog Phrases - Quick Online Learning
Enjoy the Tagalog phrases by learning only the most commonly used expressions and sentences. Including travel and greeting and emergencies.

Learn Tagalog - Basics - Learn Languages Online for Free
A list of Basic Tagalog words and phrases translated into English.

Filipino Phrases - Learn Languages - Grammar and Vocabulary
This page contains a course in Filipino phrases and daily expressions as well as a list of other lessons in grammar topics and common words in Filipino also called Filipino.

 

 

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Here are 7 encounters that prove Filipino customers are not always right
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While on the customers' part, it's also a challenge to stay nice after a pretty exhausting day. However, these awful situations shouldn't be an excuse to evoke hostility or be rude towards other people. Whether you are the customer or the staff, it ...


Learning Baybayin: Reconnecting with our Filipino roots
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... Filipinos' collective memory (“gunita”). “If you have no memory of your past, it is easier to make you a slave, especially if the colonizer replaces your memory with a new memory, through their education and the idea that they are superior ...


Happiness is a Filipino
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You've got to see it in proper context,” the guest retorted. “Haven't you heard the saying that money can't buy happiness? And hasn't it been said that it will be easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the ...


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Living the American Dream — in Hiding
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Jose Antonio Vargas comes from a family of gamblers, and in his new book, “Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen,” he's upping the ante — or maybe, given the current executive's predilection for travel bans and family separations, he's going ...

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Kuh Ledesma pays tribute to top musical influence
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“If you come up with a fantastic Tagalog song or even an English song composed by a Filipino composer, people will buy it,” Kuh said. That is, if the composers find the time to write them. Apparently, some have to find other work because living on ...


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Everyst to showcase next-gen Filipino writers, illustrators
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EVERYST, the social-fiction platform, has announced the addition of two new Filipino talents to its global roster of storytellers: Ramina Alexis Alfonso (@MiChan617) and Lerie Ly (@mocheekanon), both writers and illustrators. Everyst is a new ...


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It's A Cultural Moment For Asian Representation – As Long As You're Light Skinned
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At 7 years old, I started using papaya soap — a famous Filipino skin-lightening product that is vastly advertised in the Philippines, which I visited frequently. And while it never did work, I also often scrubbed my body with calamansi, a tiny ...

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Dinner at Agimat in Poblacion
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It is served on top of sago chips, alugbati, and topped with a Filipino salsa made with adlai and roasted eggplant. The dessert you had is Saba which is caramelised banana. Guests are usually surprised to be informed that the skin is edible. We slow ...


Q&A: Writes Barbara Jane Reyes, “I Am Not Your Ethnic Spectacle”
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Do you think Filipino culture is getting more attention lately? I think it's one generation building upon the next. We have a generation of folks who are now established in academia, and the pulse of what we're doing in the arts comes from community ...


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Many Fil-Ams enthusiastically trying to learn Filipino
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Having the ability to communicate in Tagalog, even if it is just saying 'Salamat po' gives me the opportunity to connect with kababayan, to communicate to them that I am one of you and we share a common home.” Belliss also considered moving to the ...

 

 

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