Tagalog affixes are one of the most confusing part of learning the language. Take a plunge on the topic and learn what's the meaning of Tagalog verb affixes that you encounter everyday and when to use Filipino affixes mag, mala, an and more.
Examples of simple Ilocano sentences using commonly used Ilocano adjectives and nouns. How to construct and expand Ilocano sentences? That is all covered here in an easy to follow steps with examples to start you in your Ilocano learning lessons.
There are some words that exists both in Filipino and Ilocano, and although it is pronounced as the same, these words totally means something else. Here is a list of Ilocano words that can confuse Filipino speakers with what they mean.
China is as linguistically diverse as Europe. There are various languages and dialects spoken everywhere. This hub suggests the five best Chinese dialects to learn for the serious traveler to China.
Two particularly used suffixes in Ilocano are -n and -en. Learn how to use these suffixes with nouns, adjectives, pronouns and verbs.
Here, you will get a brief background of the Kikuyu people before progressing to the language, its structure, and vocabulary. There are simple dialogues to aid you in conversation practice.
Idioms may not be the easiest to learn but it is always nice to learn a few. Learn some Filipino idioms and surprise your friends through this list, a good example of commonly used Filipino idioms.
Reduplication of Filipino words is deemed weird by non-speakers but these Tagalog reduplicated words are unique on their own. Some even conveys the meaning without repetition. Have you heard these examples of Tagalog reduplicated words?
All English as a Second or Foreign Language classes need a good warm-up activity to gets brains working and bodies active. Here are my top choices for ESL and EFL Warm-up games for kids to adults.
The bad words. The good side of learning Filipino expletives or profanity words in Tagalog is knowing when you're being cursed. Either swear or used some of these on the list to express annoyance, surprise, excitement or disbelief.