• Tagalog Crash Course

  • By: LANGUAGE/30
  • Narrated by: LANGUAGE/30
  • Length: 1 hr and 35 mins
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  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)
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The Original 30-Minute Crash Course!

Speak Tagalog in just one short week! LANGUAGE/30 zeroes in on the most essential phrases for day-to-day communication. Whether you are a vacationer, a business traveler, a student, or just need a refresher course, you'll learn what you need to know in just three 30-minute sessions a day.

Developed for U.S. Government personnel, this accelerated learning method will have you conversing after just a few easy 30-minute lessons! These widely acclaimed courses have yielded proven results for over 60 years.

Introduction by world-famous linguist - Charles Berlitz.

  • Includes greetings, personal needs, transportation, business, health and emergency terms, and more!
  • Covers grammar, pronunciation, social customs, vocabulary, and foreign scripts.
  • Native voices with authentic pronunciation.
  • Digitally remastered, revised, and updated.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©1995 LANGUAGE/30 (P)1995 LANGUAGE/30

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Not for total beginners but strong and useful

Would you consider the audio edition of Tagalog Crash Course to be better than the print version?

It is what it describes! I have already studied Tagalog Grammar and syntax these past two years and 90% was known to me.. so it was a quick reminder! It has many sentences once in English and then twice in Tagalog. Quick withot intorductions and repetitions.. it is one hour and half full of content!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Tagalog Crash Course?

The best feature is that it includes the two ways of expresssing the informal and formal.. The formal way includes the word "po" and it makes a change in the word order so it is very useful to listen to it! congratulations for that!

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Good Starter Guide... however, it has some flaws.

Around 15 minutes into the audio book I started to notice other sounds in the background most likely traffic or something kind of annoying when you are listening for correct punctuation. It isn't very noticeable but enough that it distracted me for a bit. Also the editor needs to revise the words better in Tagalog. I found a few copied phrases in the PDF attached file. "Write This Down" in Tagalog was spelled the same as "I'm Lost" however the speaker clearly says two different phrases. Because of the lost info and added traffic sounds and footstep noises, I give overall 3 stars.

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  • Padre
  • 07-20-21

Somewhat useful

Disregard complaints about the recording quality. The problem is only very briefly at the start. The program is just a short series of phrases to memorise. It’s a bit useful but that’s it.