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Tagalog, which is mainly spoken in the Philippines, is one of the most beautiful languages in Asia. Writer and self-confessed language nerd Kris Andres wants to share that beauty with you. Whether you are visiting the country for business or pleasure, married or dating someone from the Philippines, an English-speaking Filipino trying to find their ethnic identity, or just trying to learn something new, this podcast is for you. It features lessons and exercises that would help you understand ...
 
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Learn to speak to native Filipino speakers with this podcast. You will have extensive training within the podcast / course and you will also have a tutor to help you speak Tagalog in no time. This includes lessons Chat sessions One on One Voice Call [] If you are interested to learn conversational Tagalog-Filipino you may want to learn more you go here https://www.patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino Your support will go a long way
 
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After the I- Benefactive Verbal Aspects, we now learn how the IPAG- Benefactive Focus Verbs are expressed if the action happened, is currently happening, and is anticipated to happen. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Doug Burden, Jessica Perez-Futalan, Joel Syphers, Threcia Oliver, Peter McGarr…
 
The verbal aspects of I- Benefactive Focus Verbs are similar to that of I- Object Focus Verbs. They are, however, different when it comes to their respective sentence structures. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Doug Burden, Jessica Perez-Futalan, Joel Syphers, Threcia Oliver, Peter McGarry, Ca…
 
Let's spice up our Tagalog course with a special topic every 10 episodes, beginning with an introduction to Tagalog slang words. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Doug Burden, Threcia Oliver, Joel Syphers, Jessica Perez-Futalan, Caroline Jane Walsh, Kristin Maranan, Paolo de Armas, Isak Buan, Lu…
 
While the verbal aspects of -AN Object Focus Verbs and -AN Locative Focus Verbs are similar, the difference lies in their functions and sentence structures. This lesson centers on the -AN Locative Verbal Aspects. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: My heartfelt thanks to our current $5 patrons as of this record…
 
The verbal aspects of -AN Object Focus Verbs and -AN Locative Focus Verbs share the same pattern. The difference lies in sentence structure. We will focus on the -AN Object Verbal Aspects first, while we will learn about the -AN Locative Verbal Aspects in the next lesson. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: My …
 
The verbal aspects of I- Object Focus Verbs are mostly similar to that of -IN Object Focus Verbs, but with an added twist. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: My heartfelt thanks to our current $5 patrons as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Doug Burden, Threcia Oliver, Caroline Jane Walsh, Kristin Maranan, Bria…
 
We now shift to learning the verbal aspects of object focus verbs, starting with action words that use the -IN suffix. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: My heartfelt thanks to our current $5 patrons as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Doug Burden, Threcia Oliver, Caroline Jane Walsh, Kristin Maranan, Brian, C…
 
This lesson covers the verbal aspects of MANG- Actor Focus Verbs. The MANG- prefix has a unique feature: it morphs depending on the first letter of the root word. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Doug Burden, Caroline Jane Walsh, Isak Buan, Paolo de Armas, Kelvin, Craig Putz, Christian Dimalant…
 
First of all, #StopAAPIHate. This lesson covers the verbal aspects of both MA actor focus verbs and MA object focus verbs. While they share the same prefix and follow the same verbal aspect pattern, they are completely different from one another. Listen up and find out how. This episode also features a Patreon-exclusive lesson about the MA occasion…
 
Now that we have learned how verbal aspects work, let's discuss how they are applied to MAG actor focus verbs. Stick around at the end of this episode to listen to a preview of "Kakayanin: Filipino Success Stories," which is available wherever you listen to podcasts. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Cr…
 
We now move on to learning the Tagalog verbal aspects, which work like verb tenses in the English language but with slight differences. We will then learn about how to express the UM actor focus verbs if the action happened in the past, present, future, or recently. A segment about the UM occasional verb aspects, which refers to actions that happen…
 
This lesson talks about the last batch of verbal focus, namely: Benefactive (which uses the I- or IPAG- prefixes), Instrumental (which uses the IPANG-, IPAM- or IPAN- prefixes), and Causative/ Rational (which uses the IKA- prefix). A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Craig Putz, Isak Buan, Gladys Trinidad, Ken …
 
Apart from the -AN suffix, Locative Focus Verbs use the -IN suffix and the PAG-AN affix combination. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Craig Putz, Isak Buan, Gladys Trinidad, Ken Yeager, Paolo de Armas, Christian Dimalanta, J Springy, Elaine, Bryan, Melinda O’Connor, Caroline Jane Walsh, Alex, Chris, Alexande…
 
(NOTE: This episode was originally published on Patreon on October 28, 2020.) Another function of the -AN suffix is to create locative focus verbs. How can you tell it apart from the -AN object focus verbs? Listen to this lesson to find out. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Ollie Crouch, Caroline Jane Walsh,…
 
(NOTE: This episode was originally published on Patreon on September 30, 2020.) The -AN suffix has many functions, one of which is to turn root words into object focus verbs. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording: Caroline Jane Walsh, Isak Buan, Craig Putz, Gladys Trinidad, Ken Yeager, Elaine, Niña Lerch, Christia…
 
Learn how to say "I Love You" in Tagalog -Filipino If you find the show helpful you may want to support us on Patreon for a few dollars each month and in return, you will get exclusive access to all our other videos, audio, articles, transcripts and other learning materials at https://patreon.com/learntagalogfilipino…
 
This batch of Tagalog Object Focus Verbs features the use of the MA- prefix, which we previously used to create adjectives and Actor Focus Verbs. A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Gladys Trinidad - Elaine - Niña Lerch - Christian Dimalanta - Carla - Roger Schachtel - Natasha Esguerra - Theresa Salud - Celin…
 
We continue our lesson about Object Focus Verbs, this time concentrating on the I- prefix. A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Gladys Trinidad - Elaine - Niña Lerch - Christian Dimalanta - Carla - Roger Schachtel - Natasha Esguerra - Theresa Salud - Celine Abello - Glen McKenzie - Jon Bailey - Craig Putz - Ken Yeag…
 
Everything in a Tagalog sentence shifts depending on where the focus marker is placed. This lesson is the first of our series about Object Focus Verbs, which are used if the focus of the sentence is at the direct object. A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Gladys Trinidad - Elaine - Niña Lerch - Christian Dimalanta…
 
It is time to pay attention to the most difficult part of learning the Tagalog language: verbs. In this lesson, we learn about the Actor Focus Verbs or how to conjugate verb roots if the focus of the sentence is the doer of the action. A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Craig Putz - Elaine - Raph - Abigail Rotzoll…
 
This episode focuses on the Tagalog word for "how many." We will also focus on why Filipinos need to open a discussion about why Black lives matter. A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons: - Caroline Jane Walsh - Jess L - Craig Putz - Elaine - Raph - Abigail Rotzoll - Carla - Natasha Esguerra - Roger Schachtel - Theresa Salud - Jon Bailey - Glen McKenzie…
 
This is the second half of our lesson about SAAN (where), which includes three new questions words that are based on it: NASAAN, TAGASAAN, and PARA SAAN. May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month. Let's celebrate our culture and heritage by cooking Filipino food, starting with adobo. A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons: - Caroline Jane…
 
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