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Mula sa nararapat na pakikitungo sa kapwa tao hanggang sa kung paano lumahok sa mga kung anu-anong pagsasama-sama, tintipon-tinipon ni Aurelio Tolentino ang mga payo para sa mga binata’t dalagang Pilipina nang tumanda silang mabubuting tao at ganap na miyembro ng lipunan.
“Through the eyes of Sam, a Filipino-American boy visiting the Philippines for the very first time, children will learn about Philippine customs and language. Soft, whimsical watercolors labeled with English words and Filipino translations bring to light the differences between Western and Philippine lifestyles. Children of expatriate Filipinos as well as expatriate children living in the Philippines will find Filipino Friends indispensable in bridging the gap between the two cultures.”
“Learn to speak the colloquial language the Filipinos really use with Making Out in Tagalog. This phrase book is an excellent guide to the modern Tagalog spoken in everyday interactions – giving access to lots of colorful, colloquial expressions not covered in other phrase books.”
“Whether travelling to a foreign country or to your favorite international restaurant, this Nice & Easy guide gives you just enough of the language to get around and be understood. Much of the material in this book was developed for government personnel who are often assigned to a foreign country on a moment’s notice and need a quick introduction to the language.”
“Containing over 180 definitions of almost 150 different conjugations and more than 450 example sentences, this book is the best reference guide for learning the conjugations used by native Filipinos in spoken Tagalog. Nowhere else will you find a more complete reference for learning the meaning and usage of so many conjugations. Use this guide to increase your ability to communicate with rich meaning, and master the Tagalog language.”
“This handy reference is a concise explanatory text and English-Tagalog / Tagalog-English verb guide designed to address and facilitate the most important aspect of Tagalog language learning—understanding and mastering the complex focal orientation of verbs. It is organized into an accessible pattern illustrating the primary conjugations that establish aspect and actor/object focus for each verb.”