How do you say teach in Tagalog

  • Hello
    I've searched around a lot in this forum but found nothing about a language school where you can learn tagalog, can someone help me? I am still a student and would like to learn this language.

  • if you can't find one, try Rosetta Stone

  • Original by yannic
    if you can't find one, try Rosetta Stone

    Can you explain this a little better for the ignorant - you can't do anything with a name alone!

    So far there is nothing, unless someone agrees to teach privately!

    ah - now I've found something about rosetta stone - you can do it right away

    Tagalog learning material

    https://secure.rosettastone.de/personal/form/flash-demo-form

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  • i only found the Berlitz language school in makati on the internet but unfortunately no information only the address -.-

  • Originally posted by blaha
    i only found the Berlitz language school in makati on the internet but unfortunately no information only the address -.-

    well you could have written where you are looking for a school in Hanover or in Manila ???

    In the Philippines it is not a problem at all, there are several language schools, most of them also offer Tagalog for foreigners, if not on the website but when asking.

    I can still recommend The Bridge Language School: http://bridgelanguagecenter.com/

    There are others too ...

  • Getting a language teacher in the Philippines is not a problem. Any college graduate could teach Tagalog in Manila and nearby provinces.

    I recommend taking a tried and tested course as a basis. For example the one I also used:

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  • Original from Phaul
    Getting a language teacher in the Philippines is not a problem. Any college graduate could teach Tagalog in Manila and nearby provinces.


    No!
    Being able to speak two languages ​​does not necessarily mean being able to teach them. Because that requires the teacher to know where learners make or can make mistakes.
    The teacher must also be able to bring a structure to a specific learning goal into the whole. So that one is able to shop at the Sari-Saristore, buy tickets and at least follow simple conversations.
    So far I haven't found anyone who even got the idea that it should be done that way.
    Where did I get that from?
    There are also schools in Germany that teach foreign languages. And I just haven't forgotten my school days ...

    In addition, it is surely not easy to learn Tagalog on the basis of English if you don't speak English very well yourself ?? Or are there Tagalog lessons in the Phils, where German is the source language?

  • Hey blaha,

    if you find anything, please contact me. I am also studying in Hanover and would like to learn Tagalog.

    By the way, Karsten is absolutely right, just because you can do something you can't teach it. Because one thing is to be able to calculate, the other thing is to understand and convey the didactics behind a task.

  • My reference to "natives" as language teachers related to pronunciation, as partner in dialogues and as supervisor in written work.

    The book shown above is available with CD (at that time still with cassettes). I also have the dialogues for myself in German.

    The actual learning work is self-study, especially when it comes to languages.

    I also missed a German book about learning Tagalog. I wrote an introduction to grammar for myself, from a German point of view. See here: http://www.puwe.de/tag/tag.htm

    As a dictionary I use the English from Leo English, and from time to time I write the verbs on my own German, especially about the heart of the Tagalog.

    If you absolutely cannot cope with English dictionaries, you can try the following [picture]. The weak point is as always, there are no inflected forms of the verbs, you just have to know the basics of the grammar in order to recognize the roots of the verbs:

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  • There are many language schools in Manila but don't think of any that teach the German Tagalog
    and a book will not help you as much as a trained teacher

  • Original from Amos
    Hey blaha,

    if you find anything, please contact me. I am also studying in Hanover and would like to learn Tagalog.

    By the way, Karsten is absolutely right, just because you can do something you can't teach it. Because one thing is to be able to calculate, the other thing is to understand and convey the didactics behind a task.

    It's a shame you're not in Berlin. Otherwise you can learn Tagalog for free with us - even Cebuano if you are interested.

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  • mean from you now privately or in a school?

  • Hi there,

    I go to the Philippines every now and then and I would like to take a language course (Filipino) on this vacation.

    Does anyone have a recommendation for a language school? Or for a language travel provider? Or have you learned something from the local language in a different way?

    Greetings and thanks for replies ...

    Edit: Titoklaus - topics put together

  • guess that there are only english-tagalog courses

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  • Original from Phaul
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    I also missed a German book about learning Tagalog. I wrote an introduction to grammar for myself, from a German point of view. See here: http://www.puwe.de/tag/tag.htm

    As a dictionary I use the English from Leo English, and from time to time I write the verbs on my own German, especially about the heart of the Tagalog.

    If you absolutely cannot cope with English dictionaries, you can try the following [picture]. The weak point is as always, there are no inflected forms of the verbs, you just have to know the basics of the grammar in order to recognize the roots of the verbs:


    Thanks for your grammar page, I'll take it to my favorite sources when learning the language.

    The dictionary Filipino-German / German-Filipino by Heinrich P Kelz and H F Samson is unfortunately out of print almost everywhere (e.g. Amazon) and can no longer be ordered in bookshops. It would be nice if there was a new edition. But:
    I then ordered it from http://www.buch.ch in Switzerland (CHF 34.50, approx. 23.50 EUR). Delivered in 5 days.

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