Filipino Language Dictionary Essays


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Syllabus in Translation Essay

Translate telegraphese from English to Filipino, and vice versa. Translate commercialese, computerese, and teacherese from English to Filipino, and vice versa.


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Filipino Slang Words Essay

It can be inferred that it is an example of salitang kalye or balbal in Filipino language and has an unclear etymology. Coinages of Filipino terms prove that the language is ever evolving.


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Android-based English Grammar Checker with Voice Recognition

The Overall evaluation of this application is very helpful, especially to the Filipino citizens. In order to find out the common errors usually done by users, we conducted a survey among potential users around the New Era University, specifically some Filipino students who are a bit struggling when it comes to speaking English fluently.


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The Effects of Jejemon Essay

The sociolect of the Jejemons, called Jejenese, is derived from English, Filipino and their code-switched variant, Taglish. This is particularly true for many English as foreign language (EFL) classrooms, where English is learned mainly through translation into the native language and memorization of grammar rules and vocabulary.


1699 words (4.2 pages)
Appropriateness of Standard Personality Tests

(Church,Katigbak, & Reyes, 1996) The information is derived directly from the correspondents, these being Filipino university students and judges. The PUP was created using Filipino specific proverbs, Filipino dictionaries and interviews with university students..(Katigbak, Church, Guanzon-Lape~na, Carlota & del Pilar, 2002).


2027 words (5.1 pages)
Helping the Nonnative English Speakers with Reading

We could not escape from using it because not all the subjects are taught in Filipino. For the learners not to be bored in reading, it is helpful to guide them in establishing purpose in reading, Making them familiar with the language and telling them how to use chapter heading, charts, diagrams, is creating in them a desire to read what is inside a...


568 words (1.4 pages)
English Essay

It is but remarkable to note that the English language is continually minimizing the world into one global community as English is becoming more and more the common language of trade and interaction among different cultures. I practically needed to reconcile my life-long learned second language with that of Australian English while putting my Filipi...


1783 words (4.5 pages)
Philippine Independent film Essay

The question is whether filmmakers are producing these films because they want to reveal Filipino reality or they seek the attention of international film festivals. For years, Filipino independent filmmakers like Kidlat Tahimik (Perfumed Nightmare, 1977), Raymond Red (Anino, 2001), and Brillante Mendoza (Kinatay, 2009) among many others have receiv...


5546 words (13.9 pages)
The Philippiness national culture

It also links to other issues such as, uniting as a group or a family, language, and identity. (Workman, 2008) Tagalog as the main language has various similarities to the Spanish language (Castilla, 2008).


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The Competition and the Roots of Filipino Crab Mentality

Filipino personality. Varieties of studies have been conducted a various facets of Filipino mind-set, focusing in Filipino: thinking, decision making, associating and having crab mentality.


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Phillipine Literary Periods

was a Filipino politician, jurist, poet and one of the foremost statesmen of his generation. Jose wrote in English rather than in his national language Tagalog, or his native language Illocano.


4027 words (10.1 pages)
How To Be A Successful Overseas Filipino Worker Essay

OFWs may run a search on Filipino organizations that are present in their new city. There are stories that some Overseas Filipino Workers tend to be impulsive buyers due to the increase in income.


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Philippine culture Essay

Other factors were the difficulty of expressing or explaining some Western concepts and theories in Filipino, the negative reactions of students who sometimes felt that their skill in speaking and writing in Filipino was inadequate, and the students’ lack of fluency in the language. Filipino psychopathology, or sikopatolohiya in Filipino, from Spani...


3006 words (7.5 pages)
Rethinking of Filipino Values Essay

Let us examine three of these ‘‘Filipino values’’ from the exogenous and indigenous perspectives. He encouraged Filipino scholars to take a second look at these values using a Filipino orientation.


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Lamoiyan Corporation: Building the Filipinos Essay

Thanks to Filipino corporations that boom because of perseverance and patriotism, they serve as hope for us, Filipinos because of what they do, not just for their own businesses, but also, for the Filipino people. html “„Buy Filipino?


2166 words (5.4 pages)
Sikolohiyang Pilipino

Much of the strategy for discovering Sikolohiyang Pilipino is based on assessing historical and socio-cultural realities, understanding the local language, unraveling Filipino characteristics and explaining them through the eyes of the native Filipino. While the elite speak English and occasionally throw in some French for comfort, the Filipino mass...


10615 words (26.5 pages)
Philippine Literature Essay

The schooled writers in the region, unlike the local folk poets, do not write in Waray nor Filipino. Other Filipino writers published the essay and short fiction in Spanish in La Vanguardia, El Debate, Renacimiento Filipino, and Nueva Era.


5285 words (13.2 pages)
Commonwealth of the Philippines

In 1940, the Commonwealth authorized the creation of a dictionary and grammar book for the language. When Manuel L. Quezon was inaugurated President of the Philippines in 1935, he became the first Filipino to head a government of the Philippines since Emilio Aguinaldo and the Malolos Republic in 1898.


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Specific Themes and Myths of Different Cultures

Random House, College Dictionary, 1975 . Contrary to the modernity of the Western culture, the Eastern culture is a composition of traditional cultures including those of the Chinese, Korean, Indian, Japanese, Arabic, Filipino culture and others.


1008 words (2.5 pages)
Wikang Filipino

Papers will need to directly focus on one or more of the following topics: Curriculum Development, Needs Analysis, and Syllabus Design Materials Development Teaching Literature Teaching Culture Language Teaching Approaches Filipino Linguistics: An Overview and Directions Articulation, Assessment and Implementation of Standards Heritage Language Lear...


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Mother- Tongue based Multilingual Education Essay

Under the theories of Language and Cognition as described by Cummin (1981) he clearly illustrated under the Common Underlying Proficiency (CUP) that the basis for students to further learn a new language or L2 is the cognition and language fundamentals that student’s learned from their primary language or L1. The regional languages are the auxiliary...


3828 words (9.6 pages)
A Game of Pinoy Henyo

For two meetings, the class played a famous Filipino guessing game called Pinoy Henyo. Nonverbal Communication The Potent Hidden Language.


1674 words (4.2 pages)
The English Language In The Philippines English Language Essay

Language though can be utilized in more ways and the Philippines shows us that a language, English, can be used for economic development. 38 years later, during the promulgation of the 1973 Constitution, English remained as an official language adding Filipino and dropping Spanish during the process.


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Economic Importance Of The English Language English Language Essay

Language though can be utilized in more ways and the Philippines shows us that a language, English, can be used for economic development. Then, in 1973, the constitution imposed by the dictator Ferdinand Marcos made Filipino (based on the local tongue of Manila and the surrounding provinces) an official language alongside English.


3110 words (7.8 pages)
Language, Learning, Identity, Privilege by James Soriano

If we are not willing to speak proper Filipino, then don’t even bother acting outraged when someone points out its plight in today’s society. I have grown to love and appreciate the Filipino language despite my own limitations in speaking or writing in it.


512 words (1.3 pages)
Filipino Philosophy Essay

Filipino Philosophy is unique in itself and is a pride of the Filipino people. Unlike western practices, a Filipino is not complete without his relationships A Filipino cannot be defined sans family … these are his essential relationships — with one another, with family — and no Pinoy is truly Pinoy without them.


2096 words (5.2 pages)
Development Of Psychological Thoughts In The Philippines

Language, culture and Point of view were the sixth bases because it is the most fundamental of all bases.Filipino language and dialect is very significant because it is a witness in the many studies conducted and translated into foreign language. According to Ms. Leslee Natividad from the Department of Social Sciences, University of the Philippines,...


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Development Of Psychological Thought In The Philippines

The logic must be it is about the Filipino people and for the Filipino people. Felipe de Leon examined the way Filipino names describe the people and how names can hide Filipino identity.


4238 words (10.6 pages)
Why I Don’t Speak in English Essay

First, Senator Lito Lapid, Why do you think the people voted for him knowing that he could not speak the English language because by talking the Filipino language his message goes straight to the heart of every Filipino. Now, what do you think our national hero Jose P. Rizal would say if he hears that all Filipinos are speaking the English language ...


2036 words (5.1 pages)
Political Science Critique Essay

The national and official language of the Philippines is Filipino. It is acceptable that if we will use ENGLISH language in the school because it is a place of learning.


457 words (1.1 pages)

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