Also referred to as ‘Bisaya’, Cebuano is the spoken language of Cebuano people, on the island of Cebu, in the Philippines. It is heavily influenced by the Spanish and Mexican culture from the Spanish Colonists, and as a result, Cebuano contains many words of Spanish and Mexican origin.
The original script of the language died out in the 17th century and has been replaced by Latin alphabets. It is the second largest spoken language by the people, despite not being taught in schools and universities.
Learn your Cebuano today, hailed from Cebu, the ‘Queen City of the South’, because of its huge economic potential.
With our Cebuano Starter Microlearning Course, you can: