Filipino Languages

Filipino Languages

Online resource for Filipino language information

Tagalog, Visayan (Cebuano), Ilocano, Waray-Waray, and Kapampangan language resources

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The Philippines is a country with over 80 separate languages. Filipino is the national language of the Philippines. By an act of congress in 1989, Pilipino was changed to Filipino, which is based on Tagalog. Filipino and English are the two official languages of the Philippines. Taglish is a combination of Tagalog and English, and spoken primarily in the Manila area. Spanish is not widely spoken now, but there is a lot of Spanish influence in some Philippine languages. There are 12 different Philippine languages with over one million native speakers.  Whether your interest in Filipino languages is for business, or to prepare for a Filipino holiday the resources on the many different languages here can help bothMore information


Our Tagalog, Cebuano, and Ilocano language software offered practically free.  Just $2 plus shipping, for a limited time.  NEW!!! We now offer the Cebuano and Ilocano Language Software as a download.  Order from our legacy page.

Cebuano AssistantCompudex Technology has recently updated the Cebuano Assistant, ver. 1.2. It includes a Tagalog, Cebuano, & English dictionary and an audio language learning section. Utilities connect to the internet to obtain the current exchange rate for the peso, and access a Cebuano and Tagalog online translator.

Check out our web page Filipino Language Online, which contains examples of several Philippine languages with sound.  Our Languages page contains a comparison of the more common languages.  More language information is available on our Links page.

Kapampangan CDThe Kapampangan audio CD was released May 26, 2009. It contains 27 categories of Kapampangan words and phrases. For more information, see the Kapampangan page.



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We offer a free language newsletter sent via email. It includes language tips, guidelines, and other Philippine related information.

Check out our language video page, with YouTube videos of various contributors teaching Philippine languages.

Hear a greeting in Tagalog and get the current time in the Philippines. Here is a link to convert between the Philippine peso and other monetary units.


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