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Use the Lingvanex translation apps for free translation from English to Tagalog. We apply machine translation technology and artificial intelligence for a free Tagalog-English translator.

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Need to translate an email from a supplier in Tagalog or a website while traveling abroad? Lingvanex introduces a FREE Online translator that instantly translates from English to Tagalog or from Tagalog to English!

Our Lingvanex translator works using machine translation technology, which is the automatic translation of text using artificial intelligence, without human intervention. This technology guarantees complete confidentiality of the processed data.

How does machine translation work? Artificial intelligence first analyzes the source text and creates an intermediate version of its translation, and then converts it into text in the target language using grammatical rules and dictionaries.

What makes a Lingvanex translator the best translator?

  • Full Confidentiality: Ensuring the Security and Privacy of Your Translation.
  • Superior Performance: Evaluate Translation Quality with a Trial.
  • Versatile Translation: Online & Offline Capabilities, Text-to-Speech, Speech-to-Text.
  • Comprehensive Tools: Dictionary, Phrasebook, Translation of Text, Speech, Files, Images, Web Pages.
  • Extensive Language Coverage: Over 100 Languages Supported.
  • Seamless Integration: Compatible with Windows, Linux, Mac OS, iOS, Android and Web.
  • Responsive Support: Lingvanex Support Team Available for Assistance.

What makes a Lingvanex translator the best translator?

  • Translate from English to Tagalog
  • Translate from Tagalog to English
  • Listen to translations with the text-to-speech feature
  • Edit text and cite sources at the same time with integrated writing tools
  • Enjoy completely free translation
  • Use the power of AI to translate text quickly and
  • Translate online—without downloading an app
  • Translate between languages on a mobile-friendly platform

Discover some interesting facts about the Tagalog language:

Tagalog comes from the words “taga-ilog”, meaning “from the river” or “river dweller”, and has Sanskrit origins.

Its standardized form, officially named Filipino, is the national language of the Philippines alongside English. And there are 19 languages that have regional status in the Philippines, such as Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon, etc.

The Tagalog language has been influenced by Spanish and English throughout history, leading to many Spanish and English loanwords and expressions.

Tagalog doesn’t have grammatical gender for nouns.

The language has unique expressions, proverbs, and poetic forms such as the tanaga, a traditional four-line poem with a specific rhyming pattern.

Popular English-Tagalog phrases for Starting Conversation

This list provides some basic Tagalog phrases to get you started. Keep in mind that translation and usage of these phrases can be influenced by context and cultural nuances.

  • Hello – Kamusta
  • Good morning – Magandang umaga
  • Good afternoon – Magandang hapon
  • Good evening – Magandang gabi
  • How are you? – Kumusta ka?
  • I'm fine – Mabuti naman ako
  • Thank you – Salamat
  • Excuse me – Padaan po
  • Sorry – Pasensya na
  • I understand – Naiintindihan ko
  • I don’t understand – Hindi ko naiintindihan
  • Do you speak English? – Marunong ka ba ng Ingles?
  • Yes – Oo
  • No – Hindi
  • Can you help me? – Maaari mo ba akong tulungan?
  • Where is the restroom? – Nasaan ang banyo?
  • How much is this? – Magkano ito?
  • What time is it? – Anong oras na?

5 unique ways to learn a language

  • Use flashcards. Create flashcards with important words and phrases and practice them every day. You can even add pictures to help you memorise the meanings. The more often you review your flashcards, the faster you will memorise new vocabulary.
  • Cook Filipino dishes. Listening to audio recipes and watching cooking videos from native Filipinos will not only help you learn the language and master pronunciation, but also immerse yourself in the culture of the country.
  • Play games. There are many games and apps that will help you practice the Tagalog language. You can make up your own games.
  • Attend speaking clubs. You should start speaking or at least practising your pronunciation as early as possible. You can do this by attending Tagalog speaking clubs where people discuss different topics and share their stories. You will be practising your vocabulary, grammar and storytelling skills at the same time.
  • Learn the culture. The Philippines is rich in cultural flavour, so participating in traditional dances, attending festivals and taking part in arts and crafts workshops will not only introduce you to the Tagalog language, but will also deepen your understanding of Filipino culture.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Is the Lingvanex translation accurate?

Rest assured, we are committed to providing you with reliable and accurate translations to meet your language needs. We use artificial intelligence and latest scientific research to deliver best-in-class translation quality.

How long does it take to translate a large text?

The translation takes only a few seconds, regardless of the size of the text. We understand the value of time and strive to provide a seamless translation experience with minimal waiting periods.

How many characters can be translated?

The free version of the Lingvanex translator allows you to translate up to 10000 characters per request and make up to 1000 translation requests per day.

Do you offer subscription plans?

Yes, we offer subscription plans for our Lingvanex translation apps. To get more information visit our All Products page ( Additionally, you can test the quality of our products with a free 2-week trial. Fill out the Contact us form on the main page, and we'll assist you in choosing the best solution.

Why do people call Tagalog Filipino?

The Philippines is composed of numerous islands, each with its distinct languages and dialects. One of these is Tagalog, which went through refinements and evolved into the standardized language known as Filipino. In summary, Filipino is a standardized form of Tagalog.

Language pairs are available for text translation into English

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