I want to learn to speak Tagalog.
I'd like to learn to speak Tagalog.
Rosetta Stone Filipino is a popular program for learning Tagalog. It consists of CD-ROM software for Windows or Mac, a user's guide and a free headset microphone. There are different bundles, and buying the comprehensive set (Levels 1, 2 & 3) can save you up to a hundred dollars.
There are more affordable, arguably better options for learning Tagalog. A highly rated course is the Living Language Complete Tagalog Course for Beginners -- it's a handy book with six audio CDs.
Pimsleur has an audio-only program that focuses on listening comprehension and speaking without any drills or books.
For a more academic approach, especially for a high-school or college classroom setting, Elementary Tagalog is becoming the most widely used textbook with CD; it also has a workbook that is sold separately.