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  1. Join Date
    Sep 2005
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    #1
    Opinyon ko lang po ito at igagalang ko kung ano man ang side nyo.

    Napapansin ko lang lalo na sa mga interview at anumang palabas sa tv na halos marami sa kanila pinipilit na mag-ingles, as in lahat ingles yong sinasabi nila kahit halata mong nahihirapang umisip ng isusunod na salita. Okey lang namang tag-lish dahil minsan mas maalwang sabihin sa ingles ang isang salita. Di ba kung Pilipino ka mas madaling unawain ang sariling wika. Pati na rin sa mga pagpupulong sa gobyerno kailangang sa ingles, eh di naman mga amerikano ang kausap nila. Nakakaasar.

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    ewan ko nga ba.
    maybe feeling Kano sila.
    siguro mas nagkakaintindihan sila and of course IMAGE.

  3. Join Date
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    #3
    kung po- problemahin pa natin masyado ang mga ganito...eh high blood aabutin natin niyan..

    hayaan niyo nalang..kaniya kaniyang trip lang naman yan eh.

    you know butter, my mehn.it's the bread that cownts yah nohh
    it's lyk tha pish in the sea...so meni

  4. Join Date
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    #4
    it depends...

    if you are on a showbiz talkshow, the use of English seems trivial and even funny (Kris' downfall).

    but if you are in a business / lifestyle / political interview... then the preferred language is really English (since that show most probably will be shown outside of the Philippines).

    plus, it is one way of practicing the use of English. this is an era of globalization... IMO there is no room for pety "patriotism" for the use of Filipino as the language in schools / business / government / etc. plus of course, printed matter is more readable in English.

  5. Join Date
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    #5
    Quote Originally Posted by GlennSter
    kung po- problemahin pa natin masyado ang mga ganito...eh high blood aabutin natin niyan..

    hayaan niyo nalang..kaniya kaniyang trip lang naman yan eh.

    you know butter, my mehn.it's the bread that cownts yah nohh
    it's lyk tha pish in the sea...so meni

    he he he......

  6. Join Date
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    #6
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda


    this is an era of globalization... IMO there is no room for pety "patriotism" for the use of Filipino as the language in schools / business / government / etc. plus of course, printed matter is more readable in English.
    i have to agree with this. we should use our knowledge of english to our advantage. and then go on from there...

  7. Join Date
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    #7
    Sa Singapore, pinipilit na nila lahat, matuto mag-Ingles. Ultimong maliit na bata ngayon, Ingles ang medium of language. Tataka ka, kahit sila-sila, instead of yung Chinese Mandarin ang language nila, Ingles ang ginagamit.

    Yeah, Lah!

  8. Join Date
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    #8
    Nakakatawa nga lang minsan yung mga Congressional sessions conducted in English, mali-mali yung pronunciation at diction. Makes for very good sound bites, hehe.

    IMO, there's nothing wrong with using English as a formal method of instruction or official communication. It's one of our advantages as Filipinos over other nationalities. Last I heard, English is only the third most prevalent language in the world, the most widely spoken being Mandarin Chinese.

  9. Join Date
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    #9
    Kung ingles dapat derechong ingles kahit gaano kabulok ok lang, pilipino naman tayo.

    Kung tagalog dapat derechong tagalog.

    Basta wag taglish!

  10. Join Date
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    #10
    english is the universal language, but please to those who possibly cant speak straight english or having a hard time composing themselves in a manner of conversing or speaking in english fluently, refrain from it, mixing it up with tagalog would make it sound off...

    if you want to deliver yourself in a more respectable mean, speak audibly in tagalog and make yourself dignified as a true filipino

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