The Tagalog language (Tagalog [tɐˈɡaːloɡ]) is one of the Borneo-Philippines Malayo-Polynesian Austronesian languages. It is a living language with ISO 639 code [tgl] or [tl].
Tagalog is spoken by Tagalog people. This language is distributed in Philippines as well as some other countries. The total of speakers is about 25'000'000 (native) and about 45'000'000 (native and second) [as Filipino].
Latin script (Tagalog / Filipino alphabet) is used for writing.
See more information about this language inside the books offered below or on Wikipedia and follow the explanatory links. You can learn about its history, phonology, grammar, lexicon and more there.
These dictionaries are intended to help you learn lemmas at once, regardless of their levels. For this, the entries are arranged only by themes.
Multi Linguis offers you a frequency-thematic learner's dictionary of the Tagalog language.
It includes up to 1500 essential words and phrases belonging to the Beginner level. The entries are divided into 150 vocabulary themes as well as 1 learning step. They are arranged by themes, not by the alphabet.
The book is intended to help you learn this language but can also be applied for translating or just for fun. You may use it separately or as an additional tool for any suited educational course.
You may buy the dictionary in some ebook stores or on this selling page. The purchase can include pdf, epub and mobi versions.