General & Intensive Language Courses
Our Tagalog and Visaya courses are designed to be live interactive sessions with our instructors. We believe the best way to learn a language is by placing oneself into the culture, so we try our best to recreate just that with our sessions.
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Online Class Offerings
All our classes are taught online. Students can choose a timing for themselves to their liking and we will set a schedule with their teachers accordingly. During the sign up process students can also choose their preferred platform from Facebook, Skype or Google Hangouts.
Our Course Offerings
Are you looking for a great deal on your Filipino language classes? Check out our ready made courses.
Tagalog for beginners 80 hour course
Learn Tagalog in 1 hour long sessions. Instructors will start with basic words and phases. This course is designed to help you to confidently speak with Filipino speakers around the world.
Visaya for beginners 80 hour course
Learn Visaya in 1 hour long sessions. Instructors will start with basic words and phases. This course is designed to help you communicate with fluent Filipino speakers around the world.
Tagalog & dating combined 80 hour course
This course is for students that want to learn how to court Filipina woman. It combines language with culture to teach how to approach a Filipina woman and boosts confidence.
One on One teaching
One on one student to teacher insturction.
We use Facebook live, google or skype as means to communicate live with students.
We will have group lessons with a live instructor in the coming future. Group classes have a limit of 5-10 students per session.
Hour or Bulk classes
Learn your new language at your own pace, either through our hour long session or packages to learn at your own leasure and pace.
What Our Students Say
Learning Tagalog made it a lot easier for me to court my wife and bond with her family. They were able to communicate with me effectively, and my effort in learning Tagalog showed my respect for them and their culture.
I retired and moved to Bohol in The Philippines. In here, only a few people speak English. I had a hard time with basic tasks like grocery shopping in the beginning. But after learning Visaya, life became a lot more easy for me.
Expat in Bohol