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    #11
    sometimes differences in diction make a lot of difference, but learning a british english accent is a better sounding english for me, grammar wise, sometimes american commit horrible mistakes as well, learned filipinos are good with proper english grammar

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    #12
    poem ba ung unang part? hehe. parang napapatula ako e. hehehe.


    dito sa atin, kaya hirap mga bata sa english dahil mga cartoons ngayon puro tagalog na! hindi tulad dati na english, kahit papano natututo ung mga bata ng basic english.

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    #13
    Isa pang nakakasira sa English ng mga Pinoy ngayon, yang text messaging. Maraming nabo-bobo rito. Kumbaga, nakasanayan na ng mga bata, kaya ayun, madalas bagsak sa spelling!

    C u l8er!

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    #14
    i does not know why small children is flunking english. my teacher teach me good grammar and correct pronouncing when i am a little boy. so all children now should be teached the same subjects that i was learned even in elementary and when they upgrade to high school and graduate to college...


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    #15
    ang labo ng mga ibang sagot dito :confused:

    i thought the topic was the weirdness of the english language, not the ability of americans to speak it correctly

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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by fLaKeZ
    poem ba ung unang part? hehe. parang napapatula ako e. hehehe.


    dito sa atin, kaya hirap mga bata sa english dahil mga cartoons ngayon puro tagalog na! hindi tulad dati na english, kahit papano natututo ung mga bata ng basic english.
    Indeed. Parents should talk to their children in english (correct grammar, diction, pronounciation, etc.) if they like their kids to grow up speaking the language properly. As early as their first words, kids must be exposed to different english words, exposed to english-only cartoons and books, comic books, etc. My kids grew up speaking the language, kaya ayun sa pilipino naman sila mahina.

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by M54 Powered
    ang labo ng mga ibang sagot dito :confused:

    i thought the topic was the weirdness of the english language, not the ability of americans to speak it correctly
    Actually po, the title speaks about kids flunking in english.
    So it may be the american youth themselves, as well as our own children ang pinag-uusapan dito, since their future largely depends on this universal language. Nowadays, dehins ka competitive sa international job market if you can't speak the language properly.

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by Psalm136:2
    Actually po, the title speaks about kids flunking in english.
    So it may be the american youth themselves, as well as our own children ang pinag-uusapan dito, since their future largely depends on this universal language. Nowadays, dehins ka competitive sa international job market if you can't speak the language properly.
    it's the opening line of a joke/funny article, my friend. tignan mo yung buong post puro funny observations about the language yung content

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by cutedoc
    but learning a british english accent is a better sounding english for me
    Which accent? Napakarami kasi. It seems like every city has its own, isama mo pa ang mga regional (Welsh, Scottish at Irish).

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap
    Isa pang nakakasira sa English ng mga Pinoy ngayon, yang text messaging. Maraming nabo-bobo rito. Kumbaga, nakasanayan na ng mga bata, kaya ayun, madalas bagsak sa spelling!
    Can you speak in English please.

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