• Hpai
    anonymous report from 1590 that described their method of writing, which is still used today by the tribes of Mindoro and Palawan to write their own script: When they write, it is on some tablets made of the bamboos which they have in those islands, on the bark. In using such a tablet, which is four fingers...
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  • Gaspar Aquino de Belen
    taught Spanish, but the bilingual individuals, notably poet-translator Gaspar Aquino de Belén, produced devotional poetry written in the Roman script in the Tagalog language. Pasyon, begun by Aquino de Belén, is a narrative of the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, which has circulated in many...
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  • Japanese Period
    showing American films were closed. The big movie houses were just made to show stage shows. Many of the plays were reproductions of English plays Tagalog. The translators were Francisco Soc Rodrigo, Alberto Concio, and Narciso Pimentel. They also founded the organization of Filipino players named Dramatic...
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  • History of Philippine Literature
    of a particular script known as Baybayin, and it was used to exaggerate the tales from the lands of Luzon when it was dominated by the Spanish.         The locals used bamboos and Arecaceae palm leaves to write using knives to engrave a script that was known as Tagalog. This script was limited to symbols...
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  • Japanese Period
    showing American films were closed. The big movie houses were just made to show stage shows. Many of the plays were reproductions of English plays to Tagalog. The translators were Francisco Soc Rodrigo, Alberto Concio, and Narciso Pimentel. They also founded the organization of Filipino players named Dramatic...
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  • Synopsis of El Filibusterismo
    lieutenant of Guardia Civil supposed to be humorous, satirical and witty wrote the novel in Tagalog while boarding steamer Melbourne in Marseilles bound for Hongkong did not finish it because his Tagalog was inadequate no title; consists of 44 pages(33cmx21cm) in Rizal’s handwriting preserved in...
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  • Philippine Literacy in the Pre-Spanish Era - Position Paper
    writing literature. 2. Every Filipino was given the privilege to read and write. B. How the ancient script became extinct. 1. Spanish colonization stopped the development of the ancient Filipino culture. ...
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  • No Title
    bridesmaid/groomsmen. In Ilocano, this means beside a person or a thing abot In Tagalog, this means to reach out. In Ilocano, this means a hole. aga In Tagalog, this means early. In Cebuano, this means morning. agas In Tagalog, this means flowing or bleeding. In Ilocano, this means medicine. agi ...
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  • Haha
    the archipelago.        The novel in Tagalog, Iloko, Hiligaynon and Sugbuanon also developed during the period aided largely by the steady publication of weekly magazines like the Liwayway, Bannawag and Bisaya which serialized the novels.        Among the early Tagalog novelists of the 20th century were...
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  • Panitikan
    salawikain, palaisipan, kasabihan, kawikaan, bulong ) c. Panahon ng awiting – bayan - • Soliranin (Rowing Song) – awit sa pamamangka ng mga Tagalog . • Talindaw ( Boat Song) - awit ng pamamangka • Diona ( Nuptial or Courtship Song) - awit sa panliligaw o kasal • Oyayi (Lullaby Song)...
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  • Philippine Revolts
    that time, the land was confiscated from Spanish and he thought that it was about time that they stage an uprising and put himself as King of the Tagalogs. This was despite the fact that a parish priest tried to convince him not to pursue his plans. | He was captured and was brought to Manila where he...
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  • Chapter 1 Philippine Lit.
    word of mouth so it is not a surprise to know that literacy only became widespread in 1571 when the Spaniards came to the Philippines. But the early script used by the Filipinos called Baybayin (often mistaken by most Filipinos as "Alibata", although this was deprived from Arabic, which had no influence...
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  • Kabanata 2
    lipunang kanyang kinabibilangan. Sa ganoong paraan, ang kanyang mga tula, kuwento, dula ay uungkat sa mga nangyayari sa ating lipunan at ’yong kanyang odyens na bumabasa sa kanyang mga tula o nanonood ng kanyang dula ay mabigyan niya ng kamalayan na siya ay bahagi ng lipunang inilalarawan sa akda. Sa...
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  • Plilippine
    languages, to express ideology and opinion. Literature in the Philippines developed much later than in most other countries. Evidence reveals the use of a script called Baybayin that flourished in 1521. Baybayin was used to write about legends, in Luzon, during Spaniard domination. The literature of the...
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  • Maikling Kuwento
    Maikling kuwento Mula sa Tagalog na Wikipedia, ang malayang ensiklopedya Ang maikling kuwento - binaybay ding maikling kwento - ay isang maigsing salaysay hinggil sa isang mahalagang pangyayaring kinasasangkutan ng isa o ilang tauhan at may iisang kakintalan o impresyon lamang. Isa itong masining...
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  • Philippine Revolt Against Spain
    in the island of Mactan in the Philippines, in 1567.[1] Lakandula and Sulayman Revolt (1574) The Lakandula and Sulayman Revolt, also known as the Tagalog Revolt, was an uprising in 1574 against Spanish colonial rule led by Lakandula and Rajah Sulayman in Manila had a big land. The revolt occurred in...
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  • Term Paper Literature
    government and the braveguerilla exploits. Newspapers and magazine publications were re-opened like theBulaklak, Liwayway, Ilang Ilang and Sinag Tala. Tagalog poetry acquired not only rhyme but substance and meaning. Short stories had better characters and events based on facts and realities and themes were...
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  • Re-Establishing the Phonemic Status of Tagalog D and R: a Corpus-Based Approach
    Re-establishing the Phonemic Status of Tagalog d and r: A Corpus-based Approach Michael Wilson Rosero Dept. of Linguistics UP Diliman 09277518728 chryszh_09@yahoo.com Casey Giron Dept. of Linguistics UP Diliman 09053372336 ate_ae@yahoo.com Danna Bernardino Dept. of Linguistics UP Diliman 09174757229...
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  • Godswar Online
    introduction of the Fra Mauro map. Si Raha Sulayman ay isang Muslim na datu, na namuno kasama ni Raha Matanda at Lakan Dula, hari ng Tondo, isang malakingpopulasyon ng mga Tagalog sa Timog ng Ilog Pasig sa Lungsod ng Maynila noong ika-16 na dantaon. Magiliw niyang pinapasok ang mga Kastilang kongkistador...
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  • Rizal
    Rizal's cell when they last visited him. On one was the "Last Farewell," written in very fine script in Spanish. The Supremo asked to keep it for some time, so that he could translate the poem into Tagalog. His was the first translation of the farewell poem. (71) Alvarez fails to describe the dramatic...
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