Filipino used to be easier to learn — even for kids who don’t live in Tagalog-speaking regions — because there used to be only a couple of channels on television and most of their programs were in Filipino. There was a smattering of English shows and local language broadcasts and that was it; the rest was in Tagalog. You basically had to learn Tagalog if you wanted to follow what was happening in Okay Ka, Fairy Ko.
Nowadays, kids have so many choices and there’s really no intrinsic incentive to learn Tagalog. That makes it a bit more challenging for them. BUT that’s no excuse for not knowing our national language. We just have to be more creative and persistent about it.
The worksheets below are “Duolingo-style” — there’s a sentence in English and the learner constructs the Filipino equivalent from a set of given words.
Let’s get to it then!
Note on the Worksheets
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Maaaring matagpuan ang talaan ng mga sagot sa pinakadulo ng pahinang ito.