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Love Quotes in Tagalog By Anthony Rania
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Love Quotes in Tagalog A Mini Book on Love and Courtship Love Qutes in Tagalog continues the success that Wikapinoy.com had with the Love Quotes in Cebuano family of products. Featuring more than... More > twice as much phrases as the original, Love Quotes in Tagalog will help you express your feelings better to your Filipina loved one. Its simple yet highly effective way of presenting phrases make learning very easy. Go through the chapters with excitement as the video takes you from the "Getting to Know" phrases to expressing your willingness to marry The One!< Less
Love Quotes in Tagalog By Anthony Rania
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Love Quotes in Tagalog A Mini Book on Love and Courtship Love Qutes in Tagalog continues the success that Wikapinoy.com had with the Love Quotes in Cebuano family of products. Featuring more than... More > twice as much phrases as the original, Love Quotes in Tagalog will help you express your feelings better to your Filipina loved one. Its simple yet highly effective way of presenting phrases make learning very easy. Go through the chapters with excitement as the video takes you from the "Getting to Know" phrases to expressing your willingness to marry The One!< Less
Baybayin, the Syllabic Alphabet of the Tagalogs By Jean-Paul G. POTET
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When the Spaniards conquered the Philippines (Sugbu / Cebu 1565, Maynílà / Manila 1571), they noticed that several of its nations had a writing system of their own, called... More > Baybáyin in Tagalog. People used it to record poems, magic spells and letters. They engraved their texts with a knife on leaves or small pieces of bamboo. It was a kind of shorthand that did not make it possible to write closing consonants. For example it-lóg “egg” was written i-lu like í-log “river” and i-lóng “nose”. As a consequence, Baybáyin was very easy to write, but very hard to read. Because of this shortcoming, Filipinos adopted the Latin alphabet, and gradually abandoned their own in the course of the Seventeenth Century. Baybáyin is now making a come back among graphic artists and expatriate communities, where it has become a means of expressing their philippineness.< Less
Lim Tagalog-English English-Tagalog Dictionary By Ed Lim
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A Tagalog-English English-Tagalog, or Filipino-English English-Filipino, Dictionary with 11,000 entries. Classroom-tested. All 28 letters of the Alpabetong Filipino are used. Includes: basic... More > conversation, grammar, environment, demographic data and histories of the Philippines and Filipino Americans. Ideal for school, business and travel. Digest edition.< Less
LIM Filipino-English English-Filipino Dictionary By Ed Lim
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A Filipino-English, English-Filipino Dictionary with 11,000 entries. Classroom-tested. All 28 letters of the Alpabetong Filipino are used. Includes: basic conversation, grammar, environment,... More > demographic data and histories of the Philippines and Filipino Americans. Ideal for school, business and travel. Hardcover edition.< Less
LIM Filipino-English English-Filipino Dictionary By Ed Lim
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A Filipino-English, English-Filipino Dictionary with 11,000 entries. Classroom-tested. All 28 letters of the Alpabetong Filipino are used. Includes: basic conversation, grammar, environment,... More > demographic data and histories of the Philippines and Filipino Americans. Ideal for school, business and travel. Paperback edition.< Less
LIM Filipino-English English-Filipino Dictionary By Ed Lim
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A Filipino-English, English-Filipino Dictionary with 11,000 entries. Classroom-tested. All 28 letters of the Alpabetong Filipino are used. Includes: basic conversation, grammar, environment,... More > demographic data and histories of the Philippines and Filipino Americans. Ideal for school, business and travel. Digest edition.< Less
Alab at Ambon : Mga Hinangong Tula sa Tagalog By Nelson Agustin
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This is a collection of poetry in Tagalog written with themes of love, lust, passion, melancholy and unrequited love inspired in the varying conditions of heat and rain. This was originally written... More > as two separate collections of twelve poems each, one year after another. The rain poems were written in 2002, while the summer heat poems were finished a year after. The two separate collections were made into one book. The poetry in this book evokes a sense of emotional eloquence that is solely inherent in the author's native language. The poems are meant to be recited out loud.< Less
Alab at Ambon : Mga Hinangong Tula sa Tagalog By Nelson Agustin
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This is a collection of poetry in Tagalog written with themes of love, lust, passion, melancholy and unrequited love inspired in the varying conditions of heat and rain. This was originally written... More > as two separate collections of twelve poems each, one year after another. The rain poems were written in 2002, while the summer heat poems were finished a year after. The two separate collections were made into one book. The poetry in this book evokes a sense of emotional eloquence that is solely inherent in the author's native language. The poems are meant to be recited out loud.< Less
Alamat Ng Bulkang Mayon: A Tagalog Vocabulary Book By Aubrey Esmeralda
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Learn Tagalog/Filipino through a legend will introduce you to the Philippines world. Paragraphs are divided into sentences to clearly explain the words, the phrases and the expressions used in the... More > legend. This legend will give you much information about the Pilipino before and the Pilipino now. Words in the vocabulary list were used in the sentences thus learners can easily follow the word arrangement and sentences pattern. The sentences were literally translated to show how we say it our own way. Some translations were awkward and didnt make any sense There are several ways to say them correct in English .< Less