Talking Filipino Cheat Sheet

Although English is commonly spoken in many areas of the Philippines, you will probably find that having a basic understanding of the local language will be a real benefit if you choose to stay in the country for more than just a short holiday.
You will find useful sections on simple pleasantries, eating out, numbers, and days of the week, as well as basic questions you might need to ask in various situations.
Teach English In Philippines
This handy cheat sheet provides a few basic words and phrases that you might find useful in two of the country’s most widely used languages: Tagalog and Cebuano.
Take a look at this guide before you head to the Philippines to give yourself a great head start.

SOURCE: infographiclist . com/2017/04/25/talking-filipino-a-travelers-cheat-sheet-infographic/

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