Published at Sunday, July 22nd, 2018 - 16:49:43 PM. . By Bobbi Kerr.
Tagalog is the language of the Philippine Islands. It is one of the most prominent languages of the Philippines. Its prominence has led it to also be called, Filipino. While the Tagalog language has existed for several years the government adopted the more common name to help with the acceptance of Tagalog among other Filipinos. According to statistics the Tagalog language is spoken as a first language by over 24 million individuals and as a second language by more than 65 million Filipinos.
There are also many dialectical variations within the Tagalog language. The dialects pronounce or write the language a little differently than the most common form of Tagalog. For instance in the south the glottal stop found after consonants and before vowels are different than standard Tagalog. With the origins having its place with Spanish influence for the main Tagalog dialect it is no different that other languages in respect to the changes in dialect. Since some of the population is more remote they often retain a Tagalog dialect purer that the standard Tagalog dialect.
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