15-Minute Program Makes Learning Tagalog Child’s Play

learning tagalog with ling

This startup is making it easier – and more fun – for expats to learn Tagalog than ever before.

Thousands of expats in the Philippines wish they spoke the local language, but most shy away from the costs and time involved. Now the language experts at Ling have developed a learning program that teaches you a new language in just 15 minutes a day – from the comfort of your own home. Our editorial team got to the bottom of it and tested Ling for you.

The Results Surprised Us

Our tests spent the last 3 weeks using the Ling language learning app to improve their Tagalog, and the results were amazing! After only a few weeks, they mastered the basics (knowing nothing before) and could hold simple conversations with our colleagues in Manila.

Why Is Ling So Successful?

Ling offers an ingenious online language course that makes learning more convenient than ever before. Study for just 15 minutes daily on your phone, and you’ll learn Tagalog in no time – no matter where you are!

Fun fact: Language learning is not only a personal journey, but also a great way to strengthen your memory and keep your brain fit!

What you can do now:

  1. Click the below button to go to the official app store
  2. Register for Free with Ling
  3. Start learning Tagalog, Thai, and more today!
Get started for free!
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33 Responses

  1. Hi Scott! Ling offers a free 1-week trial and then options to subscribe monthly, yearly, or lifetime. The subscription you choose is entirely up to you, depending on what your language learning goals are. Thanks for all your support!

  2. I’ve learned some tagalog already put stagnated. I really want to learn more but it 65 years of age it’s hard to learn and remember. Is it possible that I may be too old to successfully learn much more?

    1. Hi Matthew, thank you for your comment. At Ling, we want to enable everyone to learn something new every day. No age restrictions. It’s true that younger learners may have more advantages including memory recall, but if you are consistent, keep your motivation up, and regularly practice what you’ve learned, you will have a beneficial and rewarding learning experience! My advice is to study with active recall instead of passive learning. Immediately apply what you learn in real-life conversations and start associating new words with what you already know. It’s never too late to learn a language, so don’t give up. You already have the basics, you already took the first step to be successful 🙂 You can do it!

    1. Hi Gelbert! Thanks for leaving a comment! If you want to learn Tagalog, feel free to download the Ling app from the App Store or Play Store today!

    1. Hi Princess! Thanks for your interest! If you want to learn the Tagalog language, feel free to download the Ling app from the App Store or Play Store now!

    1. Hi Kysharose! Thanks for reaching out! If you’re interested to learn Tagalog with Ling, you can download the Ling app from the App Store or Play Store today!

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