Looks like a lot of people want to learn how to speak Tagalog, so I’ve added the Speak Tagalog section here in Viloria.net
This will be different from the Speak Tagalog Podcast (in Viloria.com) in the sense that each Tagalog word or phrase can be accessed by clicking on an audio button.
If you want to know how to say things in Tagalog, please let me know and I will post the streaming audio recording soon.
For now, learn how to count from 1 to 10 in Tagalog.
Learn Tagalog Resources Online
Here are other places on the web where you can learn Tagalog.
- Learn More Tagalog
Aureo P. Castro is turning into reality what he posted way back in 2001 in Geocities (LEARNING IN A DIGITAL AGE: CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDS IN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY):
Increase in Web Enabled Courses. It is predicted that there will be more and more courses that will be offered through the Internet. With the fast increase in population and the physical constraint of the existing colleges and universities, the only way to go is in cyberspace.
Want a taste of journalism and information technology? Please visit Aureo P. Castro’s blog at [blog no longer exists], or sample his writings at Hamog Sa Umaga At Kanta Na Naging Tula [poem removed from docstoc] (morning dew and a song that turned into a poem)
- TagalogLang.com – “Tagalog Lang” translates to “Tagalog Only.” This site inspired me to place more clickable audio buttons, so that Tagalog learners can zero in on the particular word or phrase they want to hear, rather than search through a longer podcast episode.