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Author Photo by: woong Rating: 0
Oct 31 2019, 2:54am CST ~ 1 week, 6 days ago. 
Any tips to learn/memorise Tagalog words?
 
Tagalog is the first language I am actually trying to learn but i'm not so sure how to remember anything and I'm having a bit of trouble. Because of this I am quite unmotivated and find it difficult to even start to learn.
I still no almost no words at this point and I have been trying to learn Tagalog on and off for months.
 
Does anyone have any tips? Should I keep words I learn in a book or something? Or should I just continue to use a variety of apps and websites?
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Author Photo Diegocorry Rating: 0
Oct 31 2019, 3:21am CST ~ 1 week, 6 days ago. 
@woong Try the Flashcards on this site. Start with the “Top 1,000 Tagalog Words”. Good luck.
 
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Author Photo TLDCAdmin Rating: 0
Oct 31 2019, 4:42pm CST ~ 1 week, 6 days ago. 
@woong
Flash cards are key! This website has quite a few to start with.
Also, it is a LOT harder in the beginning, because all the words sound alike and everything is new and there’s not much you can compare new words to. But as your vocabulary gets bigger and you become more familiar with the language, it will become easier!
 
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Author Photo Bituingmaykinang Rating: 0
Nov 01 2019, 2:01pm CST ~ 1 week, 5 days ago. 
Pay a lot of attention to conjugation. New meanings(though related) are created through conjugations. Example: Kain
 
Kinain(ate), pinakain(fed), pagkain(food)
 
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Author Photo Crkuntzz Rating: 0
Nov 03 2019, 12:14am CST ~ 1 week, 3 days ago. 
I am using the Rosetta Stone online course and bought the Essential Tagalog Grammar book by Fiona De Vos. The grammar book is a fantastic help! I am supplementing my learning with the flash cards in TagalogLessons which have been invaluable to me. I also have studied the TagalogLessons lessons which are great. I'm learning so much and started studying Tagalog in mid-May 2019. I'm really excited about the language and with the help of many sources am making tremendous strides in learning the language.
 
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