Published at Saturday, July 21st, 2018 - 10:21:43 AM. . By Queen Haley.
The origins of the Tagalog language date prior to the Spanish conquest of the islands in the 16th century. The Tagalog tribe appear to have originated about the same time as the Northeastern Mindanao and Eastern Visayas tribes. The first printed Tagalog book was completed in 1593. The coming of the Spanish brought about many changes in grammar as Spanish words were incorporated.
For instance people who belong to Australia might want to use the Auslan( more commonly known as the Australian Sign Language) or in America the American sign language which is also known as ASL is most commonly used and in Mexico the Mexican sign language (also known as \"lengua de seas mexicana\", \"Lenguaje de Signos Mexicano\" or LSM).This would imply using a standard vocabulary which would also allow people who are not just family members to communicate with the toddler. This way even as the child grows older he/she can continue studying the indigenous sign language.
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