Tagalog Essays and Term Papers

  • Ethnic Cleansing

    CLEANSING THE NON-TAGALOG NATIONALITIES Benjie Yballe In 1998 I published “Ethnic Cleansing in the Philippines” on the internet under the name Herb Mantawe and revised this in 2005. (This was on the defunct website philippines.com/ColonialRP.) I have been questioned on several occasions on how appropriate...

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  • Barong Tagalog

    Barong Tagalog From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [pic] [pic] A barong Tagalog held against the light, showing the translucency of the fabric. [pic] [pic] The barong Tagalog (with Mandarin collar) The barong Tagalog (or simply barong) is an embroidered formal garment of thePhilippines...

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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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  • Water

    plants, just click the links to see the photos. Adelfa – Scientific name: Nerium Indicum Mil; English: Oleander, Aldelfa; Tagalog: Aldelfa English: Oleander, Aldelfa ; Tagalog: Aldelfa Erect, smooth shrub, 1.5 to 3 meters high with a cream-colored sticky resinous juice. Leaves are in whorls of 3 or...

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  • the legends of the tagalogs

    THE LEGENDS OF THE TAGALOGS The Legends of the Tagalogs (REPORT) Submitted by: Diputado, Ericka Jasmine B. BSBA IIA Submitted to: Mrs. Nessie Obaña (Instructor in Philippine Literature) 2014 The Legends of the Tagalogs In a certain wide region of Luzon, there...

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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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  • Filipino

    Philippine Painters (1) * Philippines Geography (2) * Poems of Jose Rizal (33) * Poems of Rizal in Spanish (12) * Poems of Rizal in Tagalog (7) * Poems Of Rizal-English Translations (13) * Population of the Philippines (1) * Question and Suggestions (1) * Quezon Festivals...

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  • A Squib on Syntactic Pivots in Tagalog

    linking patterns in Tagalog 1 1st Semester AY 2012-2013: Linguistics 190 Squib Clausal linking patterns in Tagalog Eishrine Mei M. Amante UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES-DILIMAN This paper explores the linking pattern of the core arguments across the clauses in Tagalog. It has been observed...

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  • The Factors Age, Gender and Socio-Economic Status Influence the Code-Switching Habit of 2ahr Students in San Beda College, S.Y. 2010-2011

    sovereignty. Since then, the English language remains the country’s official language. On July 14, 1936, the National Language Institute selected Tagalog as the basis of National Language. As time went by, Filipinos started to use both languages at the same time and thus, code switching emerged. ...

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  • Research Paper- Code-Switching(Ms. Dianave Tangog)

    in classroom interaction, especially if the aim is to make meanings clear and to transfer the knowledge to students in an efficient way.” Forms of Tagalog-English Code-switching in Two Language Classes Below are some excerpts from the classroom observation transcripts where code-switching are present...

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  • The Fire

    TAGALOG THROUGH THE CENTURIES (Part II) by Michael L. Tan LAST Thursday, we began a tour of Tagalog through the centuries, tracing its origins and evolution. Toward the end of the article I asked readers to guess how a 17th century Tagalog would say "722 million dollars"--the amount allegedly...

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  • fruits

    aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTeacher: in my classTeacher: in my class,i dont want to hear you speaking tagalog! is that clear?? student: yes maam! teacher: ok,let me know your name first student : EarlySeven Strikeland Neverbroken! teacher:Wow! are you a fil.am? student: no maam...

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  • Rizal

    dialects."  By the end of his exile in Dapitan on July 31, 1896, Rizal had become one of the world's great linguists. He knew 22 languages, namely, Tagalog, Ilokano, Spanish, Portuguese, Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, English, French, German, Arabic, Hebrew, Catalan, Dutch, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Swedish...

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  • Everywhere

    poem had a role during the development of the aspiration to have a national language during the Commonwealth years. The poem is in favor of the Tagalog language which is the one the government promoted. By dissecting the lines of the poem, a very noticeable detail which alerted historians is the...

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  • “An Action Research on the Effective Language Applied in Grade I Pupils of Socorro Central Elementary as Medium of Instruction”

    Elementary School, Socorro East District is already applied Mother Tongue Bisaya Language as medium of instruction in grade I pupils instead of English and Tagalog. This program is highly emphasized in the Department of Education across the road of success of the pupils learning stability. This study describes...

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  • Rizal

    new novel in Tagalog. He realized that in order to reach a wider readership in his country, he had to write in his native tongue. During this time of exile in Hong Kong, his elder brother, Paciano, had completed a translation of the “Noli Me Tangere” from the original Spanish into Tagalog that was corrected...

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  • Wala Lang

    the Philippines. New Orthography of Tagalog Language In spite of his European education and his knowledge of foreign languages, Rizal loved his own native language. He was the first to advocate the Filipinization of its orthography. For instance, the Tagalog letters k and w should be used instead...

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  • Script

    Citizenship : Filipino Civil Status : Single Height : 5’2” Weight : 150 lbs. Sex : Female Languages/Dialects Spoken : English & Tagalog Person to be notified in case of emergency : Maria Pelante Blk 16 Lot 15 Ph 2 Area 3 Dagat-Dagatan Malabon City EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND...

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  • FILIPINO ATTIRE

    bahag. The canga is a type of a collarless shirt - which later became adorned with laces, trimmings, buttons, and a collar - was where from the Barong Tagalog evolved. On the other hand, the bahag was a type of loincloth or G-string. Present-day Filipinos, due to climatic reasons, prefer to wear T-shirts...

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  • Sdfs

    region is also more formally known as Southern Tagalog Mainland. The region is in southwestern Luzon, just south and east of Metro Manila and is the second most densely populated region. CALABARZON andMIMAROPA were previously combined together as Southern Tagalog, until they were separated in 2002 by virtue...

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