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Filipino was first incarnated as ‘Tagalog’, a local language still spoken in the Manila region. Once Manila was selected as the national capital in 1595, Tagalog became the country’s most widely spoken language. The Filipino language but has evolved over the centuries to become as diversely... 5th Edition, Jul 2014. 264 pages.
The national language of Malaysia is a surprisingly easy language to wrap your tongue around. Words are largely pronounced phonetically - so dive in and leave that language barrier in the dust. Never get stuck for words with our quick reference dictionary Get around with ease with our useful... 4th Edition, Feb 2014. 312 pages.
Southeast Asia... many faces, many places, many ways to get tongue-tied. From Hue to Vientiene, from Phuket to Phnom Penh, turn your travel challenges into unforgettable experiences. Orde... 3rd Edition, Aug 2013. 256 pages. Also available in digital formats
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Whether you're trekking Vietnam, China, Laos, Thailand or beyond, let this handy phrasebook do some talking. Covers Lahu, Akha, Lisu, Mong, Mien and more. Leave no Hill Tribe subgroup or culture unimpressed by a dash of your multi-lingual bon mots. Whether you're trekking Vietnam, China, Laos, Thailand or beyond... 3rd Edition, Jun 2008. 176 pages. 1 maps.
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