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Description is an innovative and fun way of learning the Filipino language and culture at your own convenience and pace. Our language training system consists of free daily podcast audio lessons, video lessons, Filipino Word of the Day, a premium learning center, and vibrant user community. Stop by today for a Premium 7-Day Free Trial and Lifetime Account! ** launches July 2, 2012! Sign up today for special pre-launch offers**

Customer Reviews

Scam alert!

Unless you're willing to spend $25 a month to learn Tagalog steer clear of this podcast. The Podcasts says it for only one dollar and with charge you get all of these features for free but neglect to say that with that one dollar charge you sign up for a $25 recurring fee. When you send your email address to sign up you get hooked into a lifetime membership. So unless you're willing to spend $25 a month this is not for you.

Good podcasts, but.....

There's only one thing that bugs me. The makers of the podcast frequently say things like "speaking Filipino" or "learning Filipino". There is no one "Filipino" language- the Philippines have many different languages spoken there. Some of the most common are Tagalog, Cebuano, and Illocano. I'm pretty sure this podcast teaches Tagalog.
Also, I highly recommend NOT signing up for the website, unless you're willing to spend money. The website itself is free, but there are several helpful features that can only be used with a paid subscription. There's no point signing up for the website unless you're willing to pay for those features. If you don't want to spend $$, stick with the podcasts as well as their YouTube channel and apps.