List of Lessons

TAUSUG 101: Learing Bahasa Sūg is an on-line  language course composed of short, simple subject-lessons designed to enable the learners (especially the new learners) to understand the rules on Tausūg Grammars one at a time. Each Grammar lessons were originally published every Thursdays starting June 2012 until August 2012. But due to the great number of lessons to be covered, the dates of publishing lessons was stretched up until the present time.
Bonus lessons will also be published to accompany the other Grammar lessons. These Bonus lessons are not grammar-related lessons but are also important lessons for new learners. 
Here is the complete list of Lessons for Tausug 101: learning Bahasa Sug by Anak Iluh, series of 2012. (Lesson numbers and titles might change along the course without prior notice.)
Basic Sinūg Grammar
(updated January 15, 2015)
Lesson number
PART I: Sounds and Letters
Lesson 1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson 4
Lesson 5
Baris Patay (‘): The Glottal Stop
PART II: Words and Phrases I
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
Lesson 9
Lesson 10
Lesson 11
Conjunctions “iban”, “atawa”
Lesson 12
Lesson 13
PART III: Action Words
Lesson 14
Lesson 15
The iy verbs
Lesson 16
The im verbs
Lesson 17
Verbs beginning with /Bb/, /Mm/ and /Pp
Lesson 18
The un verbs
Lesson 19
The um verbs
Lesson 20
Other form of verbs
PART IV: Constructing Sentences
Lesson 21
–coming soon–
Things that are worth learning J
Lesson number
Bonus Lesson 1
Bonus Lesson 2
Bonus Lesson 3
Bonus Lesson 4
Bonus Lesson 5
Bonus Lesson 6
Bonus Lesson 7
Bonus Lesson 8
Posts than will surely increase your vocabulary in Bahasa Sūg!
Lesson number
Vocabulary 1
Vocabulary 2
Vocabulary 3
Vocabulary 4
Vocabulary 5
Vocabulary 6
Vocabulary 7
Speak fluently in Bahasa Sūg by studying these simple short conversations!
Lesson number
Conversations 1
Unu in ngan mu: (What is your name)
Conversations 2
Hāin kaw naghuhula’ (Where do you live)
Conversations 3
Ha tabu’ (in the market)
Coversations 4


Translation services from the author’s emails.
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Salam Kasilasa and magsukul!

2 thoughts on “List of Lessons

  1. This is great! I'm really learning a lot. I've always wanted to learn another dialect since I only know how to speak in Tagalog and English. My mom's friend and her children are Tausug, and so is my crush (HAHAHA) that's why I thought of learning this specific language and also, so I may be able to understand some of the things they ask me in Bahasa Sūg unintentionally.

    Magsukul tuud kaymu! ♥︎
    Jazak Allah Khairan


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