Do You Know That You Can Learn a New Language on TikTok?


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MANILA, JULY 2020 – Yes, you read that right. If learning a new language is a part of your bucket list, TikTok can help you achieve this goal. Depending on what language you want to master, there are several multilingual creators that you can follow to get your fix of quick and easy lessons on the platform. Here are some favorites to get you started.

Fans of K-pop, K-drama, and everything Korean are sure to be interested in picking up common Korean words and phrases to use in conversations. TikTok users can follow Kristy Cho to learn some of the basics. In this video, she teaches followers different ways to say “Thank you.”

@kristypata
3 ways of saying “Thank you” in Korean 🇰🇷❣️##learnontiktok

♬ 오리지널 사운드 – Kristy Cho (은샘)

Learning to count in Korean is easy as 1, 2, 3, with creator Mikee Misalucha. In this video, she teaches followers how to count from 1 to 10, and higher.

@mikee.misalucha
‘Ate how to count in korean?’ I’m not an expert but this is what I know and studied. Mejo kulang pa ng info but here 😂 ##fyp ##한국어##edutokph

♬ original sound – mikee

When meeting others for the first time, you’ll need to know how to ask for their name, and introduce yourself, too. Cath Ang can teach you how, through this video.

@cathangmanuelIt’s always fun to learn new things. 😁 LIKE for part 3! ##languagelesson ##learningkorean ##koreanlanguage ##korean ##kdrama ##fyp ##foryou ##foryoupage

♬ original sound – Cath Ang 洪彩棉 🇵🇭

Those in search of Japanese lessons can also find a few on TikTok. Check out Kris Joy Filoteo’s post to learn basic useful Japanese phrases.

@juzcallmeligaya
Basic Useful Japanese Phrases part 1 ##edutokph ##learningjapanese

♬ 君のトリコ – Ryuta Ushijima

Show Suzuki’s series, Japanese Words of the Day with Suzuki Sensei, is another great resource for learning to speak the language. His videos aren’t just informative, they’re fun to watch, too!

@showsuzuki
##Japanese101 with Suzuki Sensei! ##languagelesson ##tiktoku ##anime

♬ original sound – Show Suzuki

Chinoy creator, Pierre Diño, can help those who want to learn how to speak Chinese. In this video, he teaches followers how to say 6 basic Mandarin words.

@pierreneilsondino
I hope you guys learned☺️ ##chinese101 ##chinoychronicles ##tiktoku ##learnontiktok ##foryoupage ##edutokph ##edukasyonph

♬ 甜蜜蜜 – 鄧麗君

For Spanish101, the creator to follow is Kiel Santos. In this post, he talks about Spanish loan words or terms commonly used by Filipinos around the house.

@iamkielsantos

Part 4 – Spanish 101 (feat. my kitchen) 🍒 ##fyp ##foryoupage ##languagelesson ##learnontiktok ##pinoyfunfacts ##edutokph ##kitchendesign

♬ Coño (feat. Jhorrmountain x Adje) – Puri

There’s so much more that you can learn when you spend time on TikTok. Enrich your browsing experience by finding more educational creators using the hashtag #TikTokU. Download the app on your iOS and Android devices to get started.


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  1. Wow ang galing naman po neto momshie, hindi Lang fun activities ang Tiktok matuto ka rin po pala ng ibat Ibang language na gusto mong pag Aralan. Ang galing ng tiktok app. Dpat po tlaga maging responsible Lang sa paggamit neto. Think before we Act. 😊