How to learn Filipino (Tagalog)? Learn Filipino while you sleep. This video features the most important basic Filipino words and phrases that teach grammar automatically. They are especially useful for the beginning student of one of the main languages of the Philippines.

Audio in English and Filipino (Tagalog)

To use just play the video before sleeping…

If you want to really learn Filipino, the best way is to listen and speak the most common Filipino phrases as often and as accurately as possible. If you want to learn Filipino well, these videos will help you do that. And doing it in a relaxed way is even better!!!!

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The idea is to be in as relaxed or calm a state as possible. Put on headphones if you need to. Best time is the right before you go to bed. The brain is supposedly more receptive in that relaxed state.
The plan: listen to this as often as possible until the words and phrases are natural to you, that you don’t even need to think to say them.

These phrases can be used mainly for the first encounters. What do you say to people who you don’t know at all or don’t know very well? Those phrases.

My name is Evan (eko). Happy learning.
Let me know if you want to learn anything specific. 🙂

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  1. Why Is almost everybody here part Filipino and I’m fully Filipino trying to learn it

  2. pa shoutout po IDOL sana Hindi po kayo mag sawang mag upload ng maraming videos
    Long sentence para marami po kayong matulongan God bless po ??

  3. My parents are both from the Philippines and moved to America before I was born. They were always too busy to teach me when I was too young. Time to take matters in my own unmotivated hands!

  4. watching this when you already know how to speak filipino language is like washing your face off with bottled water in a pool full of water.

  5. 50 % want to learn english 25% wants to learn filipino 25% wants to learn korean ❤ if you want to learn filipino. Comment down below ❤❤❤❤

  6. I from Philippines but i learn Korean language and I forgot tagalog language so i waching this ????????

  7. I’m only trying to learn this because a new girl transferred to my class and school, so she doesn’t know how to speak any English so I wanna learn to talk to so she can be more comfortable

  8. My mom comes to the Philippines and i want to make her proud of me haha

  9. Hi,

    thanks for the video but it'd be nice if the person could talk word by word slowly. For beginners it is a bit too much.

    Thanks again <3

  10. Philliphines is a beautiful country

    Greetings from UFO


  11. This hopefully, is fantastic. I shall play it every night. Fingers crossed that I can learn it 😉

  12. The English spoken slowly. The Filipino spoken fast. This video has got things in reverse! Grabe siya.

  13. Take #1

    T: Anong nagustuhan mo dito? ( refers to what? Not sure if it's referring to a place, location or a thing?)

    E: What do you like about it? ( Should be "what do you like about this, or how do you like it?) Since "IT" refers to something. While "DITO" refers to a place.


    T: Matulog ka ng Mahimbing

    E: Good night ( Should be " Alright sleep tight/Sweet dreams) Good night uses to end the conversation or to wrap up things and go to sleep.


    T: Paano mo sinabi ito ( Not sure what he/she meant by this). Referring to the English translation, the Tagalog translation should be " Paano mo BINIGKAS ito?

    E: How to do you pronounce this?

    That's it, I'm a 100% Filipino pure-blooded Tagalog. I love my kababyans the Bisaya, the warays, the Mindanaoans and all the Filipinos I love our language. To be honest, we do not use those Deep Tagalog words nowadays. We often use the most common one Tagalog words and has a bunch of English words inserted or associated with it. We can't even finish a single sentence w/o an English word in it. However, I myself am trying to speak Tagalog using both common and deep Tagalog words and not inserting any English words in it.

    Just so you know: I was born in Manila, grew up in Bulacan. We all speak fluent Tagalog but some have accents on it, and with that, we can identify which part of the Tagalog area/province they came from. If you want to learn Tagalog feel free to send me a message and I will try my best to help you.

  14. Literal translation
    Magandang Umaga – Beautiful morning
    Magandang Hapon – Beautiful afternoon
    Magandang Gabi – Beautiful evening

    "Magandang umaga" which means "Good morning" short for "maganda ang umaga" which means "Beauty of morning"


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