I was an OFW (Overseas Filipino Worker) for more than a decade. Worked as Customer Service Rep/Assistant abroad (F2F) and locally (BPO). However, when the pandemic struck, I made the decision to return to my hometown to spend more time with my family, particularly my parents. Despite this, I still needed to work part-time to support our basic needs.
During my university days, I gained experience in teaching and tutoring. To earn some extra money while studying, I tutored elementary students, Korean students, and my own classmates. The English Department at my university provides elementary and Korean students.
Although I was born and raised in Manila, I now reside in Iloilo City where I also pursue my studies.
One of my favorite things is coffee. I enjoy spending my free time reading books or watching TV shows/movies, but I also like playing guitar and ukulele. Traveling is a lifelong dream of mine.
No. The level of difficulty in learning Filipino in Iloilo City depends on the individual's prior language learning experience, dedication, and exposure to the language.
It is really up to the person how long it will take for them to learn the language. Tagalog/Filipino is not very hard to learn. For a dedicated person, I can say that within a month of learning he/she can speak and understand the language.
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