Kamusta? From English to Tagalog, that can be translated into “How are You?” In the Philippines, Tagalog is the most spoken language.
We express our emotions, communicate our thoughts, show our feelings and build our relationships with our language. For some, simply knowing one language isn’t enough for them, and that is understandable. Due to airplanes, people are able to take part in air travel, and go to different countries, and it is only fair that you learn the language of a country you plan on visiting. You shouldn’t visit a country and expect them to know your native tongue.
The ability to learn a second language like Tagalog will all depend on your age, culture, and of course, intelligence. However, with the right technology by your side, any person can master Tagalog, you just have to find some time to do so.
Learning Courses Available Online
Thanks to the advancement in technology, there are now learning courses available online that you can take advantage of. You can turn to these learning courses to help you learn Tagalog. When you don’t know a native speaker of Tagalog, choosing a course that you can do from the comfort of your home is one of the least expensive and fastest ways for you to learn the language.
Many of these courses are available in audio format, so you can download them and listen to them at a time that is the most convenient to you. For example, you can listen to it while you’re washing the dishes, driving (on streets that aren’t busy), doing the laundry, walking the dog, mowing the lawn, during your spare time, while having dinner, before bed, sitting on the porch or anywhere else that is comfortable to you.
English to Tagalog Translators
For those of you who don’t have time to learn Tagalog, and have a document that needs translated from English to Tagalog right away, on the online world, you can find many English to Tagalog translators that you can use.
Try an App
SO, what is the best way for someone to learn Tagalog? As far as learning a language goes, there are apps you can download. Some of the most popular language learning apps would be Mondly, Rosetta Stone, Pimsleur, and Memrise – each of those apps can help you master Tagalog and are great for squeezing in a couple of Tagalog lessons during the day.
Once you start learning English to Tagalog, don’t skip a day. If you’re using apps to learn a secondary language, don’t let those apps go unused, especially if you paid money for them. Get the most out of every bit of money you spent and maximize your learning experience by using the app as often as possible. For those of you who really wish to master the language of Tagalog, make learning the language a part of your everyday routine. If you chose an app that is free, just remember, it’s taking up space on your device, so put it to use!