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Len’s Favorite Tagalog Books Like that song, these are a few of my favorite things.
Taking the plunge from slice-of-life content into the fantasy and historical genres is always challenging, so I compiled a list to get you started!
Tips for intensive reading. Long list of beginner to intermediate reading recommendations.
Tired of cooking videos and travel vlogs? Here are some of my favorite channels.
There’s a common misconception that not a lot of compelling Chinese content exists, at least in comparison to other popular East Asian languages. But nothing could be farther from the truth...
Books (webnovels) are by far my favorite way to immerse in Tagalog. They're very diverse and the content is much better than what you get from Tagalog audio-visual media which suffer from low budgets and poor production value. Words are easy to look up with a pop-up dictionary and sentence mining is a breeze.
TV shows and movies are by far my favorite way to immerse in a foreign language. They provide a lot of content, usually have matching subs, clear audio and are very compelling, even when your comprehension is low.