TAGALOG DICTIONARY PDF

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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 We have available a free tagalog dictionary for download, in Microsoft Excel or text format. The free dictionary contains 1, words that I consider "basic". A great companion for Tagalog language learners, from beginner to intermediate level. Includes the most commonly used words in Tagalog today. The PDF files.

Tagalog belongs to the Austronesian language family. If you are planning on doing some travelling, learning Tagalog would be a great way to make the most of your trip. More Tagalog words and phrases. Learn Tagalog now. You'll begin with simple Tagalog phrases and day to day vocabulary and advance at your own pace Fun to use and also fun to learn! Make the most of your trip to work by learning Tagalog words and phrases on the way.

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Toggle navigation. Pick a Language More Tagalog courses Support. Login Sign Up. Tagalog learner's Dictionary! When I was learning Hindi, I found it very helpful to read through phrase books. Every phrase book I found was organized into categories such as transportation, getting a hotel room, food, eating out, etc.

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I typed the ones I wanted to learn into an Excel spreadsheet. I found it easy to move the sentences around that way.

A real break through came for me when I decided to sort all the sentences alphabetically just for fun. It was like having a completely new list! The structure of the language became much more evident to me with the list of sentences sorted alphabetically.

That is what I did when I started learning Tagalog. I began to create a long list of sentences in Tagalog and English of things I wanted to learn.

I also listed sentences that seemed unique to me, so I could study them further. I originally typed the sentences in random order.

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I was just happy to have a list all in one place that I could easily scroll through. When I sorted the Tagalog sentences alphabetically, the structure of the language came alive, just like with Hindi, but even more so! 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. 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.

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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.

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Now, take a look at the following.This is called "translation memory" and is very useful for translators. If you are planning on doing some travelling, learning Tagalog would be a great way to make the most of your trip.

I began to create a long list of sentences in Tagalog and English of things I wanted to learn. I still wanted the definitions.

I already looked up all the words for the sentences.

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