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    pimentel has been consistent in spilling crap out of his mouth.

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    For me Cebuano is a language on equal footing with Tagalog.. Cebuano should not be called a "native dialect" or what, it's a "language."

    Calling it such would mean that Cebuano is below Tagalog and is a sub-language of it.

    Before we used to have poetry, music, literature and even movies in Cebuano but now wala na all because of Tagalog.



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    kuyaw ug molusot ning bala oda, kay basin sa sunod ani ethnic costume nasad, naa gyuy magbahag ani sa school...

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlomonic
    kuyaw ug molusot ning bala oda, kay basin sa sunod ani ethnic costume nasad, naa gyuy magbahag ani sa school...
    Aguy basin magka polmonya uban mga estudyante kung ana.
    Quote Originally Posted by arnoldsa
    For me Cebuano is a language on equal footing with Tagalog.. Cebuano should not be called a "native dialect" or what, it's a "language."

    Calling it such would mean that Cebuano is below Tagalog and is a sub-language of it.

    Before we used to have poetry, music, literature and even movies in Cebuano but now wala na all because of Tagalog.


    I hope they won't call cebuano an ethnic language. Besides, cebuano sounds better than tagalog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yokam
    I guess it's a lot better to keep the Tagalog/Filipino as is and leave the different local/ethnic dialects. We have to be practical, and at the same time, I don't think that it will be gone, it's already a part of us.
    scraping tagalog helps us a lot because instead of spending time to figure out what is sanaysay and bararila, we can spend those time learning math and science. too much time had been wasted already just to learn tagalog. 12years is not short. and fyi the other language are not a dialect.

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    scraping tagalog helps us a lot because instead of spending time to figure out what is sanaysay and bararila, we can spend those time learning math and science. too much time had been wasted already just to learn tagalog. 12years is not short. and fyi the other language are not a dialect.
    Of course, the other language will never be a dialect, because it's still a language.LOL.

    Imagine how diverse would the Philippines would be without tagalog, di gyud magkasinabot ang tanan. And other than that, there's no need for a formal education for learning tagalog, no time will be wasted in learning it.

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    We should, rather, enhance Mathematics and English. Children now more than ever are poor in Math and English. We should find ways in making it interactive, inviting, and fun to make students WANT to learn them.
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    i still prefer if we use TAGALOG and English in schools....at least ma develop atong Filipino identity by using the national language.

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    our national language is Filipino and I don't its Tagalog so in cebu we should use bisaya and in luzon they can use tagalog and their own language as well on other regions

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    ^i think it is wise to stick to one language as a national language ba. it helps promote our Filipino identity.

    i'm not saying i-bawal ang ethnic languages. pero as a nation ba...
    kay ang mga different ethnic languages part ra man na sa "bigger picture"...kung mag iniyahay, wa dyuy asenso...imo.

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