I'm a Bachelor of Secondary Education Graduate major in Filipino. When I was in College I taught out-of-school youth and adults that can't read and write. During the training, I teach Filipino Subjects, 1st year high school to 4th-year high school students. As a Case Manager, my duties and responsibilities are to Monitor the progress, timetable, and milestones of PPP projects. Conduct research as input to the development of PPP projects. Conduct studies related to projects and special topics as directed by superior/s. Prepare required
reports, communication, and other correspondences as directed by superior/s. We conduct/teach all the members of each Family for the Family Development Session on the monthly topic that we prepared for them. I handled also QMS or Quality Management System ISO 19001 and went to Japan for the proper training.
Filipino is among the easiest languages you can learn. More importantly, learning Filipino opens the doors for looking back into our colonizers' influence on Filipino culture. Is it worth it to learn Tagalog?
If learning Tagalog isn't on your radar as one of the most helpful languages to speak, it should be. More than 50 million Filipinos speak Tagalog as a first or second language, and the standardized form of Tagalog, called Filipino, it is the national language of the Philippines.
The first step in learning more Tagalog words, phrases, and their usage is by speaking with native speakers as often as possible. If you commit an hour each day to a Tagalog lesson and are already fluent in English, it will take about 200 hours to achieve basic fluency.
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