Learning learning materials for Tagalog.
by Cora Castle and Laurence McGonnell
- an introduction to spoken and written Tagalog. Includes a course book containing dialogues, grammatical notes, exercises and cultural information, together with a CD with recordings of some of the dialogues and exercises.
by Frederik and Fiona De Vos
- enables you to understand and participate in everyday Tagalog conversations. Suited for beginners as well as intermediate learners, and advanced learners can use the course as a refresher. Comes in three volumes which feature 60 lessons that teach practical, spoken Tagalog taken from daily life in the Philippines. Also includes a comprehensive reference to Tagalog Grammar with clear explanations, useful tables and plenty of practical examples; audio recordings of all the phrases use in the course.
by Teresita V. Ramos
- a basic introduction to Tagalog. Introduces a range of vocabulary and phrases, and includes plenty of notes of grammar.
by John U. Wolff
- a good Pilipino/Tagalog course for serious students. Includes many dialogues, exercises, and clear, comprehensive grammatical explanations.
- a basic introduction to Tagalog. Includes dialogues, exercises, games, tests and notes in many different languages.
by Fiona De Vos
- a Reference for Learners of Tagalog that offers clear, simple and concise explanations and lots of practical everyday examples in a simple well-organized format. Also provides accurate definitions and translations, pronunciation marks (all long vowels and glottal stops are indicated throughout the book), extensive cross-referencing and a comprehensive index. Free audio recordings of the examples in the chapter on pronunciation can be downloaded from learningtagalog.com.
by Carl R.Galvez Rubino
- a bilingual dictionary that includes a grammatical introduction to the language, a vocabulary appendix with numbers and menu terms, and over 20,000 total dictionary entries, with idiomatic expressions, slang, loan words and derivations.,
by Jose Villa Panganiban
- a one-way English - Tagalog dicitonary intended for beginners. Shows accents and glottal stops are clearly and contains a useful list of affixes.
by Violetta Lorenzana
- contains a useful two-way dictionary with grammar and pronunciation sections; key language for any situation; conversation topics such as sport, current issues and romance; and cultural tips throughout.
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