Best Filipino Language Books

Learn to speak Tagalog with the most accredited language software available. Rosetta Stone is the most awarded language learning resource ever! Used by major businesses and government agencies, you’re guaranteed to be speaking the language of the Philippines with minimal effort and maximum results.

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It is the book to help you learn Tagalog (Filipino) on your own, quickly and accurately—whether you’re traveling to the Philippines for a vacation or a business trip, or you have ties to the sizeable Tagalog-speaking community in the U.S., or you’re merely a language lover.

From the fascinating history of Philippines’ language to how you speak it, join skilled teacher Barrios on a guided introduction—with a practical focus.

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Learn to speak Tagalog

Why is Tagalog (Filipino), the language of the Philippines, an important language to learn?

Have you dreamt of visiting the islands surrounding the Philippines, exploring the Banaue rice terraces, or seeing what all the commotion is about at the Mayon volcano?  Learning how to speak Filipino-Tagalog will allow you to do all that and much more!  This language is spoken in the Philippines, and it is one of the many Austronesian languages that are spoken there and in other parts of the world.  At least fifty million people speak Filipino-Tagalog, although many of them speak it as a second language.  While many of the locals in the Philippines speak English, they do love it when others learn their language.  Filipino-Tagalog will seem to be slightly difficult to learn in the beginning, but in reality, it is so easy to learn!  You will even learn how to read it easily, because all you need to do is sound out the words as you are reading them.  There are no silent letters to deal with, so it is easier than some of the other languages that are out there for you to learn.  Now, if you do not plan on visiting the Philippines any time soon, you should still learn how to speak this fabulous language.  After all, you never know when you may see a Filipino who only speaks Filipino-Tagalog and they will be very appreciative that you can communicate with them!