My name’s Ronalie, 24 years old, and I am teaching students for 3 years at Saint Joseph College. I have passion for teaching and for trying to have an individual approach to each child, with a goal of achieving the best possible progress with everyone.
I am highly organized person, I make sure that all my schedule during the day are set.
My mother tongue is Filipino but I can speak fluently in Bisaya Cebuano, Ilonggo and English.
I can make our class fun and memorable while learning Filipino language.
Like in any language, there are factors that can make Filipino hard to learn. That said, it’s actually one of the easiest languages to study and master. That doesn’t mean that you can become fluent overnight, but compared to other languages, Filipino is a bit more straightforward.
One thing that makes learning Filipino fun is that Pinoys can be very encouraging and won’t hesitate to tell you that learning the language isn’t that difficult at all.
Another thing that makes Filipino an interesting language to learn is that around twenty percent of the language is based on Spanish. In a way, that’s like hitting two birds with one stone.
Yes, Filipino is a hard language to learn, at least for English speakers. In fact, Tagalog, also known as Filipino, is ranked as a Category IV language by FSI’s ranking. Due to its linguistic and cultural differences with the English language, Tagalog is considered relatively hard for English speakers to learn. In fact, the ranking shows it will take around 1100 hours to attain fluency. However, non-English speakers might just find the language pretty easy, especially if it shares similar features with their native language.
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