Tagalog

Early Filipinos
Mabuhay!
Metro Manila - Ortigas
Vigan
Fort Santiago

Tagalog is spoken in the Philippines by about 22 million people, it is known as Filipino internationally and is the official language of the Philippines. Tagalog comes under Austronesian languages. Tagalog is derived from Taga-Ilog, Taga usually means Native of and Ilog means river. Thus it means river dweller. The language uses fragments from Sanskrit, Malay and Javanese. The early archaeological evidence of the use of Tagalog is the Laguna Copperplate Inscription.

Tagalog is spoken by Filipinos in the Philippines and Filipinos abroad (either native speakers of Tagalog or non-native speakers who studied Tagalog in the Philippines or elsewhere). It has loanwords from Malay, Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, English, and other languages. People might find pronunciation difficult in Tagalog, but there might be some words which are loanwords from other countries, as I have indicated, it had loanwords from other languages which makes it easier to study mostly for Malays and Spanish.

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Tagalog Extra
Tagalog

Appendix A: Mgá Salitáng Binaligtád (Reversed Words) • Appendix B: Mgá Pangalan ng mgá Bansâ (Country Names) • Appendix C: Mgá Salitáng-balbál (Slang) • Appendix D: Mgá Salawikaín (Proverbs) • Appendix E: Common phrasesPhrasebookDictionary

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