Intermediate Tagalog

Intermediate Tagalog

Learn to Speak Filipino, the National Language of the Philippines

eBook - 2015
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At last, a way to improve your Tagalog! Written by Joi Barrios as the continuation of her best-selling Tagalog for Beginners book, Intermediate Tagalog is the first intermediate-level book designed specifically for people who already speak or understand some basic Tagalog and now wish to achieve greater fluency in speaking, reading and writing standard Filipino-the national language of the Philippines. The carefully-constructed lessons in this book point out common grammatical errors that English speakers make when speaking Tagalog, and present "real-life" conversations demonstrating how the language is spoken in Manila today. Extensive cultural notes are provided, along with exercises and activities that introduce the use of the Tagalog language in a wide range of everyday situations. The 20 lessons give you all the basic skills needed to speak Tagalog fluently: paglalarawan (the ability to describe people, places and feelings); pagsasalaysay (the ability to tell a story-whether a news story, a folktale, or an anecdote); paglalahad (how to explain something-for example, a custom or tradition, or how to cook a dish); and pangangatuwiran (reasoning and abstract thinking).
Publisher: [United States] : Tuttle Publishing : Made available through hoopla, 2015.
ISBN: 1462914276
9781462914272
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital

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