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Lesson 20: Let's Describe Them (Adjectives, Part 1)

New year, new lesson! This lesson talks about Tagalog adjectives, specifically the neutral kind. We also learn how Tagalog adjectives link with the nouns they describe and its additional functions.A h

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Lesson 19: Let's Talk About Reasons (Pronouns, Part 5)

Happy New Year, everyone! Manigong Bagong Taon sa inyong lahat! This episode is the final part about pronouns, where we learn about the demonstrative locative pronouns. They are also the only pronouns

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Lesson 18: Let's Talk About Directions (Pronouns, Part 4)

Kris is spending the holidays in California and has recorded his first of several lessons while overseas. This lesson is part 4 of Pronouns, focusing on the plural personal locative pronouns.A heartfe

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Lesson 17: Let's Talk About Locations (Pronouns, Part 3)

The Locative Pronouns, also known as the SA-Pronouns, has four functions. Being how detailed I am in teaching the Tagalog language, the discussion about this type of pronoun comes in three parts. In t



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Lesson 16: Let's Talk About Relations (Pronouns, Part 2)

In this lesson, we continue our discussion about pronouns in the Tagalog language as we take a closer look at the Relational Pronouns. We see how Tagalog pronouns change depending on whether the noun

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Let's Talk About Gender (Pronouns, Part 1)

In this lesson, we get to know pronouns in the Tagalog language, particularly those that serve as the focus of a sentence, and whether you will need a Filipino version of a preferred pronoun.A heartfe

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Bonus Lesson: Go Filipino Review, Chapter 2

You've learned numbers, shapes, and even measurements. It's time to put your knowledge to the test with another edition of Go Filipino Review! We have 10 questions covering Lessons 8 t

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Lesson 14: Weigh Your Options (Size and Weight, Part 2)

In this episode, we continue our lesson on measurements in Tagalog as we deep dive into the colonial period and modern times. We learn about how Filipinos nowadays end up mixing different measurement


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Lesson 13: Estimate Your Worth (Size and Weight, Part 1)

In this episode, we learn about the ancient Tagalog system of measurement. Although these units of measurement have become archaic and are used informally nowadays, we want to show how the ancestors o

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Lesson 12: Round We Go (Shapes)

In this episode, we learn about the Tagalog words for different shapes and figures.Also, August is Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa (National Language Month) in the Philippines. We learn a quick history of

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Lesson 11: Time Will Tell (Numbers, Part 2)

In this lesson, we learn about Tagalog numbers based in Spanish. We also learn why the Spanish language is not prevalent in the Philippines nowadays despite being a former Spanish colony, as well as h

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Count On Me (Numbers, Part 1)

We are taking things slow as we talk about how Tagalog speakers count numbers.Go Filipino Recommends: Oro, Plata, Mata, a film by Peque Gallaga. Set in Negros Island during World War II, it tells th


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Lesson 9: Celebrate Pride (Colors)

Happy Pride, mga kapatid! Let's talk about colors in Tagalog and how they are used as adjectives.Go Filipino Recommends: Moondogs by Alexander Yates. Set in the Philippines, this debut novel pivots

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Lesson 8: The Building Blocks (Root Words)

We previously learned about Markers, those tiny words that assign roles to nouns within a sentence. Naturally, we should be learning about nouns, but in the Tagalog language, nouns are part of a much

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Bonus Lesson: Go Filipino Review, Chapter 1

It’s time to put your Tagalog knowledge to the test. You heard it right; we’re doing a pop quiz! Go Filipino Review has 10 questions covering Lessons 1 through 7. You have 10 seconds t

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Lesson 7: Words With Benefits (Markers, Part 3)

We are down to the final stretch of Markers, where we learn how SA indicates beneficiaries and future time, as well as the last two markers: KAY and KINA. We also scratch the surface of Tagalog pronou



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