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    #21
    Okay..maayos pa rin reading comprehension ko..

    Naintindihan ko sya nang mabuti..!!

    Panu na kaya ung mga iba nating mga kababayan..?

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Psalm136:2
    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.
    e pano kung olats sa english yung parents?
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    #23
    How about the ENGRISH?

    www.engrish.com

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by j_avonni
    How about the ENGRISH?

    www.engrish.com
    Thanks for the link, j_avonni ... I am now dumber because of fragrance of sunshine across waterfalls in bloom

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    #25
    kahit naman kano eh, go to most forums and they don't know how to spell or differentiate:

    1) to/too
    2) break/brake
    3) principal/principle

    etc

    mas nakakahiya sila hehe

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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by EL Chicane
    Can you speak in English please.

    :sorry: po! I'm not spokening Dollar!

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi
    e pano kung olats sa english yung parents?
    Kagaya nga po ng sabi ko, children should be exposed to english-only kids materials. My in-laws doesn't speak english as well and they communicate with my kids in tagalog, kids reply to them in english, kadalasan sila pa ang nagtuturo sa mga in-laws ko. Kung minsan nga pinagtatawanan ako pag mali grammar ko.

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    #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Psalm136:2
    My in-laws doesn't speak english as well and they communicate with my kids in tagalog
    Dapat "My in-laws don't speak english.." hindi doesn't. Kasi plural na yung in-laws.

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    #29
    Quote Originally Posted by EL Chicane
    Dapat "My in-laws don't speak english.." hindi doesn't. Kasi plural na yung in-laws.
    Kaya nga napagtatawanan kung minsan e.

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    #30
    Quote Originally Posted by theveed
    kahit naman kano eh, go to most forums and they don't know how to spell or differentiate:

    1) to/too
    2) break/brake
    3) principal/principle

    etc

    mas nakakahiya sila hehe
    and the #1....

    ...your/you're


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