HEADING TO THE PHILIPPINES? You might want to brush up on your Tagalog and Cebuano. There’s no universal language in the Philippines — but the basics of these two will get you far. Tagalog is primarily spoken in the northern Luzon area, while Cebuano is primarily spoken in the Cebuano area. Home Away broke down the basics in this infographic.
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