Making your own glossary

Discussion in 'Tagalog to English' started by Corzhens, Oct 2, 2019.

  1. Corzhens

    Corzhens Member

    When you hear something that you do not understand, write it down and ask the meaning. A small notebook is good for this purpose so that you can create your own glossary of words and phrases. When we went to Japan for the first time, we had a glossary of just 1 page but that served us good and we were able to somehow communicate with the Japanese in their language.
     
  2. Alexandoy

    Alexandoy Member

    This is a good idea. We call that notes as codigo from the Spanish word which means code. The notes can be a notebook or just a sheet of folded coupon bond. List down the words and phrases that you want to know and ask for the translation. When noted down, you can learn or memorize such terms for your convenience in conversational Tagalog. Puwede na ba?