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- Annual Reports Translation
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- Employee Handbook Translation
- Employment Agreements Translation
- Financial Report Translation
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- Instruction Manual Translation
- Legal Translation
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- Medical Translation
- MSDS Translation
- Patent translation
- Policy Manual Translation
- PPT Presentation Translation
- Press Release Translation
- Product Description Translation
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- RFP translation
- Safety Manual Translation
- Safety Standards Translation
- Software Program Translation
- SOP Translation
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- Technical Product Translation
- Translating Company Procedures
- Translation of Health Materials
- Translation of Marketing Materials
- Translation of PowerPoint Presentations
- Translation of Surveys
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The Tagalog Language:
Language Overview: Tagalog is a language of the Philippines. Tagalog has a classification of Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Meso Philippine, Central Philippine, and Tagalog.
Regions Spoken: Tagalog is also spoken in Canada, Guam, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and USA.
Population: About 14,000,000 people speak Tagalog in the Philippines, as of 1995. The total population of all Tagalog speakers is about 15,900,000 (which means that about 1,413,000 people speak Tagalog outside of the Philippines).
Dialects: Some dialects for Tagalog are Lubang, Manila, Marinduque, Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, Tanay-Paete, and Tayabas.
Brief History: Tagalog is taught in primary and secondary schools in the Philippines. It was used in the bible in 1905. And Tagalog was used as the basis for the development of the Filipino language. Most people who speak Tagalog are of the Christian faith/religion.