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  • Internet and Philippine English Proficiency

    at a touch of the button students have a huge database in front of them. In the Philippines, more and more Filipinos are going online and forming their social networks. The following numbers show this reality. Philippines is sixth among all Asian countries in terms of top internet user. While, we rank...

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  • English Proficiency in the Philippines

    Introduction Because English is so widely spoken, it has often been referred to as a "world language", the lingua franca of the modern era, and while it is not an official language in most countries, it is currently the language most often taught as a foreign language. The history of the English language really...

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  • Related Literature of Teenage Pregnancy Philippines

    Pregnancy In Philippines Teenage Pregnancy In Philippines Teen pregnancies in the Philippines  By Rebecca B. Singson Philippine Daily Inquirer First Posted 00:55:00 06/14/2008 Filed Under: Health, Lifestyle & Leisure, Gender Issues (First in a series) MANILA, Philippines? The sexual revolution...

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  • The Relevance of Studying Philippine Literature in English

    learned in Philippine history, apart from superior arms to subdue the true revolutionaries who waged a continuing war against colonial rule, the Americans used education, propagated the English language and lifestyle. In effect, this changed the milieu of literary production as the English language became...

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  • Review of Related Literature of Volcano Tourism in the Philippines

    Nepal, Pakistan, and the Philippines. In fact, tourism in Asia is in a thriving condition. Since 1990, the Asia-Pacific region has become an increasingly important tourist destination, and it is the fastest-growing region for international tourism worldwide. The Philippines is trying to catch on with...

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  • English Proficiency

    ENGLISH PROFICIENCY: HOW MUCH OF A PROBLEM IS IT? For many of us, the state of education in a country speaks volumes. Where English is spoken and taught as a second language, fluency is deemed a basic requirement for proper communication and propagation of ideas and connotes success. Does this fluency...

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  • English Proficiency

    When we think of an intelligent being we think of someone like us, a creature that is able to think and communicate effectively . Communication or   language is   a process every child learns from birth, and we continue to use it until our death. The structure of our language gives us the ability for...

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  • English Proficiency of Selected High School Students in Cavite Philippines

    Capsule Proposal I. Project Title: English Proficiency of Secondary Level Students in Gov. Ferrer Memorial High School II. Proponents: Project Leader: Dr. Yolanda A. Ilagan Project Researcher: Leslie Anne N. Gatdula III. Project Duration: One (1) year IV. Budget Requested: V. Background/Rationale: ...

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  • English Proficiency

    ENGLISH PROFICIENCY OF PNTC STUDENTS INTRODUCTION This thesis presents the declining of English Proficiency of PNTC students. Followed by the problem statement and the aims of the study used in the data gathering. An assessment of the selection of participants as well as the instruments is included...

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  • English Proficiency

    December 17, 2001    Date Becky F. Sampson     Inside Address Action Tool Supply  3549 Freeway Access 87  Fort Collins, CO 80027   Dear Ms. Sampson:   Salutation I am happy to respond positively to your request for an on-site demonstration...

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  • English Proficiency

    Chapter II: Review of Related Literature Foreign For those who don’t know, talk show is a radio or television program where one or more hosts discuss current issues or other topics with guests. Many talk shows especially those on radio allow members of the public to join in, through telephone calls...

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  • english proficiency

    affected by the native language factors. Sparks, Ganschow and Javorsky (2000) contend that some sort of cognitive handicap is the cause of both low proficiency in a second language (L2 hereafter) and the accompanying anxiety. Anxiety in Speaking Public speaking anxiety is very common among both universities...

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  • English Proficiency

    ENGLISH PROFICIENCY LEVEL OF BSEd – MAPEH PRE – SERVICE TEACHERS IN TEACHING An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to The Committee on Research West Visayas State University – Extension Campus at Himamaylan City Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for...

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  • English Proficiency

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY LEVELS The definitions of the five limited-English language proficiency levels, as well as Level 6, one of two fully-English language proficiency levels, are from PI 13.08(3)(1)-(6), Wisconsin Administrative Rule. Level 7, the other fully-English language proficiency level...

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  • English Proficiency

    Yakushko, O. (2010). Clinical work with limited English proficiency clients: A phenomenological exploration. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41, 449-455. doi:10.1037/a0020996 This research article focused on therapists’ perceptions of clinical and personal characteristics and contextual...

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  • English Proficiency

    Now answer the following questions: 1. Identify two style features of the story above. (2 marks) Informal and simple 2. What is the tone of this story? Why do you say so? (3 marks) Casual and Friendly 3. Write all the dictionary entries of the following words. i) Tenant ii) Intrigue ...

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  • English Proficiency

    Language proficiency or linguistic proficiency is the ability of an individual to speak or perform in an acquired language. As theories vary among pedagogues as to what constitutes proficiency,[1] there is little consistency as to how different organizations classify it. Additionally, fluency and language competence are...

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  • English Proficiency

    Does Studying English Improve Your Chances of Working in Hospitality? July 15th, 2012 Comments Feed People choose to learn English for a variety of reasons. One of the most significant and common reasons for undertaking an English course is to enhance employment prospects and increase your appeal...

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  • Proficiency of English

    Deepavali Festival Deepavali or the Festival of Lights (deep) is one of the biggest of its kind that is celebrated in the Indian subcontinent. Indians - Hindus - celebrate this event in the winter months offering prayers of thanksgiving and rituals of conduct cleansing in the temples and household altars...

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  • Proficiency of English

    English has been an international language in today’s generation. No matter in where they work, they need English to communicate and build relationship with the people in the organization. The decline in the proficiency of English in Malaysia has reached an alarming level which means the standard of...

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