It is a little over a month now that I started with a new course in Learning Tagalog.
(read my first article Here)
And although I am very busy with other things, like translating as a free lance translator and building websites for others, I do find some time every now and then to follow my course. I even practice in public a little which is fun.
I have reached lesson 6 by now, which is lesser than I had planned before, but I am doing fine. Lessons are easy to follow, with good explanation of how and why something is said on a particular way and the samples of pronunciation are easy to follow and to repeat.
Going in the street and try it out to locals is the best thing to do. I know now that I am pronouncing some words the wrong way. I am stressing the wrong syllables in some words, which sometimes gives the word a different meaning, hence laughter from the locals. But they are always willing to help and teach me how to pronounce such words in that context.
Learning Tagalog is easier than I have thought before, it only needs a little time and a good help to do so. I must admit, so far the course offered to me is very helpful and I am happy to have accepted it.
If you are interested to learn Tagalog also, I really recommend this method. It’s easy, fun, and takes just 15 to 30 minutes a day. Try it yourself! Do the free first lesson via the website: Learning Tagalog