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Tagabawà is a member of the Manobo subfamily of the Philippine branch of Malayo-Polynesian languages spoken in Davao City and Mount Apo in Mindanao in the Philippines. Tagabawà speakers call themselves Bagobo.

Tagabawà alphabet and pronunciation

Tagabawà alphabet and pronunciation

Sources: http://angtribu.com/lessons-tagabawa-phonemes/ and Tô Mga Manubù Na Ágpatóngkóé Katô Kinagiyan Ka Tagabawà. Tagabawà Phrase Book. Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc. Translators -1998.

Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl

Sample phrases in Tagabawà

Source: http://angtribu.com/bagobo-lessons-101-common-bagobo-sentences/

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