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    INTRODUCTION Spoken by over 28 million people around the world, Tagalog is the national language and one of two official languages in the Philippines, the other being English. Tagalog, is also referred to as Filipino, it is considered the most important of the many tongues and dialects throughout the Philippines, because it is the most understood and has the most development. It is mainly spoken in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, and the surrounding eight provinces around it including the

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    Tagalog: The National Language of the Philippines Tagalog is one of the languages spoken by Filipinos in the Republic of the Philippines. According to Paz M. Belvez, “After a thorough and earnest effort in studying the case, the committee recommended Tagalog to be the basis of the national language. Hence, the Executive Order No. 134 s. 1937 stating that the national language will be based on Tagalog” (Para. 4). It served as the country’s official language along with English. Philippines was surrounded

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    Philippines and the Spanish Colonization

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    Section A: Plan of Investigation The main focus of this study is going to be the process colonization of the Philippines and how the Spanish colonized the Philippines, primarily focusing in the customs and cultures. The pre-colonized and post-colonized Philippines will be discussed and compared with one another to determine the degree of change that occurred with the Filipino culture. The analysis of the information will explain how events that followed colonization erased aspects of the Filipino

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    M&M's in The Things They Carried Tim O'Brien uses many interesting literary devices in his collection of short stories about his experiences in Vietnam. One of the most striking, yet understated, is his fleeting reference to M&M's. O'Brien allows them to be seen as something of a mystery, an enigma. O'Brien transforms M&M's into a symbol of America: mystical, powerful, and incredible. O'Brien also uses the simple image of a yo-yo to explain the necessity of American GI's to transform their mental

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    In 1889 America colonize the Philippines because of Imperialism. After the colonization of the Philippines the Filipinos could come and work in the United States because they had passports that allowed them. The Filipinos then work in agriculture, Fishery and service Industry, however when they are in the mainland and technically they were not aliens because of Philippines is U.S. territory, the Filipinos weren’t exempted to racism. In 1930’s signs that says “Positively no Filipinos allowed” can

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    come from the southern Philippines, and Tagalogs. Of these three groups, Ilokanos are the most numerous making up at least 85% of Filipinos in Hawai‘i (“A Brief History”). With a large number of Filipinos in Hawai‘i, it is important to know how to communicate with them. One of the national languages of the Philippines is Filipino, which is based on Tagalog. However, Ilokano speakers are the majority of Hawai‘i’s Filipinos (“A Brief History”). Ilokano language courses are offered in some of the University

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    What should be the preferred language in instructing Math and Science subjects for Filipino Students? It's a question that causes disagreement among educators in implementing the the medium of instruction in the Philippines. In fact, more than 80 indigenous dialects are spoken in the Philippines that belong to the Malayo-Polynesian group of the Austronesian Language family and aggressors. Consequently, English and Filipino are the most common widely spoken languages in the country. English is the

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    systems reforms, improve the quality and equity of basic education, and to have accountability with full funding for building new schools, trainings for teachers, reformatted textbooks designed for Filipino students written in Philippine national language, and so on. Future leaders, businessmen, teachers, professionals, workers and parents are being trained and raised up in schools. I believe in our church’s principle, “Change the campus, Change the

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    Language and Unity Filipino, the national language, is the unifying factor of the Philippines. It allows citizens to communicate with one another in many remote areas that in turn, assimilates their native language to the national language and will be united. The pressure in English can cause a tendency to miseducate and misinform the Filipino people that English is the only language for international and academic purposes only. The animosity also increases when the masses and elite are not able

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    my mother whenever she took me out to play with the other children in the neighborhood. It became infinitely worse when my mother and I moved here to the United States and forced me to go to a brand new school in a country that I do not know the language or social norms. Moving to the United States opened my eyes when it came to how different things are and how big the world really is. It was a cold, dreary January morning, I was finally starting the 4th grade at my new school here in the United

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