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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Hi FilipinoPod101.com Listeners! Maraming salamat for joining us here at FilipinoPod101.com! Why are you learning Filipino? Tell us about it in the comments!

Wednesday at 7:51 pm
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Hi Elexi,

Thank you for joining us!

Regarding Filipino Culture, have you already checked out our special Culture Class: Essential Filipino Vocabulary lessons:
https://www.filipinopod101.com/category/culture-class-essential-filipino-vocabulary/

Please let us know if you have any questions๐Ÿ˜‰

Sincerely,
Cristiane
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Elexi
Wednesday at 2:53 pm
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I grew up in Filipino culture so i thought this would be a great way to learn more about culture. Plus i can spend sometime in the culture i grew up around and in

Friday at 5:50 pm
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Hi Austin Duncan,

Thank you for studying with us.
I am glad to hear that you found our lessons fun. I hope you like the rest of our series.

Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.

Cheers,
Lena
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Austin Duncan
Friday at 11:25 am
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I’m enjoying this very much.

Friday at 8:42 pm
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Hi Anna,

Thank you for joining us!

We hope you can soon be able to speak with your grandchild in Filipino!

If you have any questions, please let us know.

Sincerely,
Cristiane
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Anna seymore
Friday at 10:33 am
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I found out that i have a flipine grandchild there and i want to learn her langure

Friday at 6:28 am
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Hi Allen!

Walang anuman! ๐Ÿ˜Š We hope to hear from you in the other lessons as well. Salamat!

Betsey
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Allen Hetrick
Monday at 12:03 pm
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Maraming salamat po

Sunday at 8:22 pm
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Hi Arleen,

Thank you for your message! We’re glad you’re studying Filipino with us!

And it’s great that you enjoy studying the language so much! Perhaps, as you mentioned that you’d like a more advanced level of Filipino, you could jump to the Absolute Beginner series instead of the survival phrases as this last is more focused on basic phrases without getting into the details of grammar.

Here’s the link to the Absolute Beginner audio series:
https://www.filipinopod101.com/index.php?cat=35

And you can also check out our video series library:
https://www.filipinopod101.com/index.php?cat=Absolute%20Beginner%20Videos

There are also more advanced lessons if you wish to check them out according to your level (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, …)

Please also count on our Filipino Resources with plenty of support materials for improving your skills:
https://www.filipinopod101.com/filipino-resources/

Feel free to let us know if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Cristiane
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Arleen Stivason
Sunday at 3:50 pm
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Maraming salamat! I feel so grateful and blessed to have found you, and that you’re even here for me to be able to learn! I am disabled on a fixed budget and not able to upgrade, though I definitely would if I could. I have long wanted to learn both tagalog and ilocano as both my grandfathers were from the phillipines and that is what they each spoke. My maternal grandfather was teaching me when I was very little, and I’m told I was picking it up really well, but then he passed while I was still young. Since my parents only spoke english when I was growing up, I forgot what I had been taught by my grandfather. So all these years I have felt deprived in that sense. I can cook some filipino foods, however, at least I have been blessed with that much. I would really love to learn both the tagalog and ilocano dialects, but I guess it’ll be one step at a time. I had four years of spanish in high school, which also was many years ago, and not as many chances to use it as I would like. It seems to me, from the little bit I’ve seen written in ilocano, it has similarities shared with spanish. It was like I could almost translate it… Anyway, I loved my first lesson! My only complaint is that it wasn’t long enough. I felt I could have handled at least another handful of words. Although it very well may be that I’m just so eager to learn, I feel like a sponge that’s only picked up a few drops of water, but capable of absorbing so much more! I’m looking forward to my next lesson!