Tagalog In Taiwan

26 Jul

“Learning two distinct languages at the same time seems reasonable, but what about a third?”

Language Boat

10275984_504666069679843_4914453046523361642_nSo a couple of months or so ago I found myself becoming increasingly interested in learning Tagalog. As you know, Chinese is my primary target language, and I moved to Taiwan for language immersion. My secondary target language is Italian. Learning two distinct languages at the same time seems reasonable, but what about a third? Can I manage three languages at once?

I honestly don’t know, and I’m reluctant to proclaim Tagalog is my tertiary target language, because that just seems a little crazy. But I have been listening to the Pimsleur audio lessons, which you can still download for FREE! And I bought some books on Tagalog grammar. And I’ve been exploring Tagalog learning resources on the internet. So the evidence seems to suggest that I am, in fact, pursing Tagalog.

Well, several weeks ago a serendipitous Tagalog moment presented itself as I was enjoying some afternoon tea…

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