Contact Details: +63-927-8300-973 (Mobile) / info@TaGaLuGin.com (Email Address)
Contact Address: Block 42, Lot 6, Araneta Street, Katarungan Village, 1776 Muntinlupa City, Philippines

The lessons provided by TaGaLuGin are customized to meet the basic needs of a student and to build a strong foundation of Tagalog language learning.
The following activities are implemented during lessons:

Translation ExercisesRole-Playing GamesSpeaking ExercisesWriting Exercises 

During these exercises, the student translates some sentences or paragraphs from English to Tagalog and from Tagalog to English.

 These exercises help the student to internalize Tagalog vocabulary.
During these exercises, t
he student assumes a role in role plays, reads the lines written out for that role and, if possible, acts according to his role.

 These exercises help the student to sharpen his conversational Tagalog skills.

During these exercises, t
he student reads some paragraphs out loud, answers some questions and describes a set of pictures.

These exercises help the student to learn Tagalog easily through speaking.

During these exercises, t
he student writes a paragraph, whether long or short, of any topic and spells some words specified by the trainer.

These exercises help the student to improve his Tagalog writing skills.

Below are the following arrangements and some activities for students of Tagalog language:

Beginner LevelIntermediate LevelCustomized TrainingFree Lessons

For this level, s
tudents are expected not to have taken any Tagalog language training before.

During lessons, students are expected to learn how to ask basic questions, how to count and how to introduce themselves as simply as possible.

To learn more about the topics for Beginner Level, scroll down.
For this level, students are already expected to have the fundamental knowledge of Tagalog language.

During lessons, students are expected to improve their vocabulary, learn more useful verbs and gain deeper knowledge of the language and the culture.

To learn more about the topics for Intermediate Level, scroll down.
This is for those students who wish to improve their conversational Tagalog skills and expand their vocabulary related to their line of work.

Although not compulsory, students of a customized training are expected to have taken Tagalog lessons before

To learn more about customized Tagalog training, please contact us.

This section is dedicated to those interested to learn a little bit of Tagalog at their convenience.

Please check the links below.

Filipino Pod 101 - Free podcasts

Beginner Level

Target Number of Hours: 20 Hours
Total Cost per Hour: Please visit Payment Section

For Intermediate Level, please scroll down.

Basic GreetingsPronouns and ArticlesVerbs and AdjectivesBasic Sentence Structures

From Good morning to Good evening, from how are you to where are you from, from thank you to goodbye, the student learns how to respond in kind.  The student also learns how to express himself using basic phrases he can already use even after an hour of studying Tagalog language.

The student learns how to make simple questions with essential interrogative words.  
He also learns how to point at various objects depending on their distances.  Lastly, h
e learns how to differentiate various subjects within the sentences and how to specify correctly the owner of a certain object.  
The student learns words of action that he can use in different settings and at different times.  Most common verbs and their conjugation are discussed early, such as goeatdrink and buy.  Moreover, the student learns words of description, which can be modified to suit a specific situation. 

The student learns basic structures of very simple but truly essential sentences in Tagalog, which serve as the foundation for deeper learning of the said language.  Learning these structures open the door for a better understanding of the way Filipinos speak to one another from day to day. 

Intermediate Level

Target Number of Hours: 30 Hours
Total Cost per Hour: Please visit Payment Section

For Beginner Level, please scroll up.

NumbersVocabularyInterrogative PronounsComplex Sentence Structures

From the basic set of 1 to 10, the student learns a more compelling set, which can be used in settings related to business and financial sectors.  Such knowledge is important for the student's recognition of situations that may be considered challenging and unexpected.
The student learns numerous words for more intricate situations related to dining, transportation and shopping.  The student also improves his vocabulary related to weather as this is one of the most important aspects in surviving in a country affected by changing seasons.

Aside learning basic interrogative words, like WhoWhatWhen, Where or Why, the student learns more interrogative words in order to make complex questions suitable for any specific situations.  This erases a higher percentage of misunderstandings.

Starting from the basic structures, the student learns more complex ones, which lead to the understanding of passive sentences and their main use in Tagalog language.  These structures involve same words of action conjugated in a different manner.