Tagalog the language of the Philippines.

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Introduction to the Tagalog Language.

Tagalog is the language spoken by the population of Southern Luzon Philippines. Its official name is now, Filipino and together with English, it is the national language of the Philippines.

 

English to Tagalog

Here are some common English sentences that you will find useful when traveling to the Phillippines.

  • Hello kumusta
  • Good morning magandang umaga
  • Good evening magandang gabi
  • thank you salamat
  • Can I have some water, please? kailangan ko ng tubig , naman ?
  • How much is that? magkano iyan?

What a good Tagalog translator should know:

If you need document translation services either for business, academic or legal purposes, getting good interpreters and translators is a must.

 

Good translators need to get a good grasp of this concept in order to properly form words and string them into accurate sentences.

 

A Tagalog translator needs to have great accuracy.

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