Among other things Arte de la lengua tagaala y manual tagalog para la administracién de los Santos Sacramentos (1850) in addition to the first studies of the language. Tagalog has ten single vowels, five long and five short and four diphthongs.  Before Tagalog appeared in the area north of the Pasig River, it had three vocal qualities: /a/, /i/ and /u/. This was then extended to five with the introduction of words from the central and northern Philippines, such as kapampangan, Pangasinan and Ilocano, as well as Spanish words. Pronouns such as niyo (2nd plural person) and nila (3rd plural person) are used on a single person 2 in courteous or formal language. See the grammar of Tagalog. According to the Philippine Statistical Authority, 100 million people lived in the Philippines in 2014, where the vast majority have a certain level of language skills. The Tagalog homeland of Katagalugan comprises about a large part of the central part to the south of Luzon Island, especially in Aurora, Bataan, Batangas, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Metro Manila, Nueva Ecija, Quezon, Rizal and Zambales. Tagalog is also spoken by the inhabitants of the islands of Marinduque and Mindoro and, to a lesser extent, Palawan. Large minorities are found in the other central provinces of Luzon, Pampanga and Tarlac, Ambos Camarines in the Bicol region and the Baguio Mountain range. Tagalog is also the dominant language from Cotabato City to Mindanao, making it the only place outside Luzon with a majority of local Tagalog.  Tagalog (/t`GAH-log) (Tagalog Debate: [tɐˈɡaːloɡ]) (Baybayin: ᜏᜒᜃᜅ᜔ ᜆᜄᜎᜓᜄ᜔) is an Austronesian language spoken by ethnic Tagalog as a first language, which pronounces a quarter of the Filipino population and the majority as the second language of the majority.
  Its standardized form, officially called the Philippines, is the national language of the Philippines and, along with English, one of the two official languages. Religious literature remains one of the most dynamic contributors to Tagalog literature. The first Tagalog Bible, then called Ang Biblia (“The Bible”) and now Ang Dating Biblia (“The Ancient Bible”) was published in 1905. In 1970, the Philippine Bible Society translated the Bible into today`s tagalogue. Before the Second Vatican Council, there was already devotional material in circulation in Tagalog. There are at least four circulating Tagalog translations of the operated Bible [o:po] or oh` [`o:ho`] (formal/polite form) Tagalog words are often distinguished from each other by the position of stress and/or the presence of a final stop of glory. In formal or academic environments, stress placement and glottal cessation are displayed by a diacritic (Tuldk) above the last vocal.  The penultimate primary voltage position (Malumay) is the standard voltage type and therefore remains unwritten, except in dictionaries.
Tagalog has 33 phonemes: 19 are consonants and 14 are vowels. The syllabic structure is relatively simple, maximum crVC, where Cr is present only in borrowed words like “Truck” or “a”  Nasa hula ang pagsisisi. The regret is always over. Tagalog is a Filipino language within the Austro family. As a Malaysian-Polynesian, he is related to other Austronesian languages, such as Malagasy, Javanese, Malay (Malay and Indonesian), Tetum (from Timor) and Yami (from Taiwan).  It is closely related to the languages spoken in the Bicol region and the Visayas Islands, such as the Bikol group and the Visayan group, including Waray-Waray, Hiligaynon and Cebuano.  In Tagalog, the Our Father is known by his incipit, Ama Namin (literally: “Our Father”).