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Unit 1 - 3 Speak Tagalog for Beginner
Beginner Level - Alphabets, Nouns & Pronouns, Basic Sentences, Word Accents, Greetings & Conversations, Actor-Focused Verbs
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This class can be booked 1 class at a time, but will be covering the following topics: LESSON 1: Filipino Alphabet, Vowels, and Consonants The consonant "ng" Greetings and Responses LESSON 2: Practice Conversations Accents and Word Stress Native Song: ‘Ang Pipit’ LESSON 3: -Um- verbs: present, past, future aspect Some useful verbs Tagalog Pronouns _________________________ How is your class structured? How will you teach? What's your teaching style? All lessons are done via Zoom....
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40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Kristeen NanceReally-Fun Tutor Who Will Help You Speak Better Than The Natives
10 total reviews
19 completed classes
I'm not just a tutor. I'm a fun tutor! Who likes boring classes anyways? I know you don't! Hi, this is Coach Kristeen. I've been coaching students how to speak Tagalog for many years. My approach to teaching Tagalog is not conventional like how...