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Tagalog Tutorial

Learn Tagalog/Filipino Language and Customs
Learn Filipino Alphabet
Speak Tagalog pronunciations
Study Filipino culture and customs
Understand fundamental Filipino language

Tagalog (Filipino) belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian branch of the Austronesian language family.

The name of the language is derived from tagá-ílog, from tagá– ‘native’+ ílog ‘river’ It is spoken by 21.5 million people as a first language and as a second language by a great majority of Filipinos.

From 1961 to 1987, Tagalog was also known as Pilipino. In 1987, the name was changed to Filipino.

In this course, you will learn the basics of Tagalog, and in only 30 minutes, you will be able to read and understand the language.

The course content includes:

  1. Filipino Alphabet

  2. Filipino Greetings

  3. Filipino Introductions

  4. Filipino Colors & Numbers

  5. Describing Things & People

  6. Filipino Customs

Ang Tagalog (Filipino) ay kabilang sa Malayo-Polynesian na sangay ng pamilya ng wikang Austronesian.

Ang pangalan ng wika ay hango sa tagá-ílog, mula sa tagá– ‘katutubo’+ ílog ‘ilog’ Ito ay sinasalita ng 21.5 milyong tao bilang unang wika at bilang pangalawang wika ng karamihan ng mga Pilipino.

Mula 1961 hanggang 1987, kilala rin ang Tagalog bilang Pilipino. Noong 1987, pinalitan ang pangalan sa Filipino.

Sa kursong ito, matututunan mo ang mga pangunahing kaalaman sa Tagalog, at sa loob lamang ng 30 minuto, mababasa at mauunawaan mo na ang wika.

Ang nilalaman ng kurso ay kinabibilangan ng:

  1. Alpabetong Filipino

  2. Filipino Greetings

  3. Filipino Introductions

  4. Mga Kulay at Numero ng Filipino

  5. Naglalarawan ng mga Bagay at Tao

  6. Kaugalian ng mga Pilipino

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Learn Tagalog/Filipino Language

Learn Tagalog/Filipino Language

Learn Tagalog/Filipino Language

Learn Tagalog/Filipino Language

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Learning tagalog tutorial


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