Don’t assume that every Filipina is fluent in Tagalog.
She can converse in Tagalog, but don’t overlook her pride in her being Cebuana or an Ilocana or a member of any of the many other ethnic groups in the Philippines.
However, it's certainly worth your taking the time to check out
You'll find a range of search tools, including quick and advanced searches that allow you to be more or less specific in choosing from a range of criteria (see above).
There's also a name search and some one-click tab searches to locate featured members (those with high profile ratings), new members, online members or First Class members (see below).
At the time of this review (around 11.00pm local time) there were 651,190 members registered and 2,171 members online, which compares favorably with other sites in this category.
Most were from Cebu province, but there were women from other parts of the Philippines too.
Most feature multiple photos of reasonably high resolution, if perhaps a little small.
You can learn quite a bit about a member, the most important sections being the self-written ones describing that member and what they're looking for in a date.
You think she’s Filipina and you want to make a good first impression by asking her if she’s Filipina in Tagalog. Your Filipina friend could be Cebuana, meaning she’s more comfortable speaking Cebuano and can express herself better in it.
Although Tagalog is the basis of the Filipino national language and is taught in schools, the majority of Filipinos speak another language at home.
You can also watch video clips and listen to music-both Filipino and Western.