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Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Free Learning Tagalog samples, quick references (cheat sheets), and various Course Ebooks / Books (PDF) · Grammar Ebook / Book (PDF) · Eworkbooks. islamic books in tagalog Philippines Pilipino Pilipinas كتب اسلامية باللغة التغالوغ الفلبينية. Book Cover. download pdf book.

Here it is mga kaibigan! Just click the link or the picture of the cover to download it. I swear on my two front teeth this e-book is not trying to sell you anything, nor does it contain any marketing links, nor does it have any form of malware. Please feel free to hunt me down and punch out my two front teeth if it does. Maybe not. Okay, if I deserve it. I wrote this free e-book so that the Tagalog learner can have an enjoyable no BS phrasebook to learn Tagalog and have something to take along his or her travels to the Philippines! I like phrasebooks so much I had to write my own for one of my native languages. You are suave. You are slick.

Well, both Hindi and Tagalog use different word orders than English my native tongue. When I sorted my huge list of Tagalog sentences alphabetically, the sentences were sorted by the verbs!

Within the sentences that used the same verb, the sentences were ordered by subject. It became super obvious and intuitive. It is the opposite of English. Now imagine having sentences like the following, in a list: Kumakain ako.

Kumakain ako ng tinapay sa sala. Kumakain sila. Kumakain siya. I think you can. When the sentences are sorted alphabetically not randomly or by topic for tourist! By the way.

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If you are not sure what siya means, or sila, you can look it up. Look it up? Oh dear!

We can see the pattern in the sentences now, it seems obvious. But wait!! I already did that for you! I already looked up all the words for the sentences.

Sure, I could guess the meaning of a lot of the words from the context of the sentences, by looking at the English translation and that is a great way to learn. But I still wanted something a little more concrete.

I still wanted the definitions. Just a simple definition. I want to share what I have with you. Now, take a look at the following. You are slick. You know the sentences that matter. I myself am a fan of phrasebooks when learning a language.

While others might shy away from using phrasebooks for serious language learning, here are some reasons why I think phrase books are actually quite effective for language learning… Why Are Phrasebooks Essential for Learning a Language? First, you can be sure that the sentences they include in the phrase book are commonly used ones.

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This makes studying the sentences in phrasebooks very efficient — the most bang for your buck and your time. Second, because a phrasebook was most likely written by a native speaker. You can be sure that the sentences are correct in terms of grammar and idiomatic use.

In other words, you can shout them out with confidence. Third, phrasebooks cut through complicated grammar rules and sentence structures. You will be able to inquire about where you want to go and what you want to do. Lesson Describing People and Things. You will be able to describe the state of things and people using modifiers. Lesson Describing People and Things Part 2. You will be able to describe the state of pointed things and people using adjectives.

Lesson Very…Slightly. You will be able to express the inequality between described people and things. Lesson Very…Slightly Part 2. A continuation of the previous lesson where you will be able to express the inequality between described people and things. Lesson Comparing People and Things.

In addition to describing people and things, you will be able to compare the similarities between people and things. Lesson Ownership of Things.

You will be able to express that something is yours. Lesson Here, There, Everywhere. You will be able to indicate positioning of things around you. Lesson Expressing NeedsYou will be able to express needs of yourself and other people. Lesson Expressing Permission.

You will learn how to express and ask for permission. Lesson Expressing Capability.

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Lesson Expressing Duty. You will be able to indicate whether or not you or other people have or do not have something and ask people in restaurants, malls and stores if they do or do not have something.

Lesson downloading Something. You will learn how to download and bargain things. Lesson Getting Sick. You will learn what to say and how to inform other people that you are sick. Lesson Interjections.

You will be able to use the different interjections that adds that Tagalog-touch to any statements.