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'''Tagalog''' is the most common of the dialects of Filipino spoken in the [[Philippines]]. (The official languages are Filipino and English.) The language is phonetic, meaning that a word's spelling also indicates its pronunciation.  For instance, the vowels are pronounced: ah, eh, ee, oh, ooh (a,e,i,o,u).  Tagalog has its roots in other Pacific languages such as Malay and Indonesian, but some more modern words have [[English]] and [[Spanish]] origins.
 
'''Tagalog''' is the most common of the dialects of Filipino spoken in the [[Philippines]]. (The official languages are Filipino and English.) The language is phonetic, meaning that a word's spelling also indicates its pronunciation.  For instance, the vowels are pronounced: ah, eh, ee, oh, ooh (a,e,i,o,u).  Tagalog has its roots in other Pacific languages such as Malay and Indonesian, but some more modern words have [[English]] and [[Spanish]] origins.
  
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Latest revision as of 23:04, 10 October 2018

Tagalog is the most common of the dialects of Filipino spoken in the Philippines. (The official languages are Filipino and English.) The language is phonetic, meaning that a word's spelling also indicates its pronunciation. For instance, the vowels are pronounced: ah, eh, ee, oh, ooh (a,e,i,o,u). Tagalog has its roots in other Pacific languages such as Malay and Indonesian, but some more modern words have English and Spanish origins.