• Isyu Sa Wikang Filipino
    In this current situation of portentous upheaval in the Philippines, any discussion of the “language question,” like the “woman question,” is bound to be imcendiary and contentious. The issue of language is always explosive, a crux of symptoms afflicting the body politic. It is like a fuse o
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  • Wikang Filipino
    Global Consortium for the Advancement of Filipino Language and Culture (GLOCAFIL) Pambansang Samahan Sa Linggwistika At Literaturang Filipino (PSLLF) University of Hawaii Filipino and Philippine Literature Program (UH-FPLP) celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino anno
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  • Sample Translation English to Filipino
    FILDLAR S13 Part II Frank Gerald C. Gomendoza Marso 2, 2013 A. According to Villaneza, studies show that using the mother tongue as the language of literacy bolsters comprehension and critical thinking skills of children and facilitates acquisition of second language such as English an
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  • Filipino Style Guide...
    Filipino Style Guide Contents What's New? .................................................................................................................................... 4 New Topics ...........................................................................................................
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  • English
    Chapter 1THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND | Background of the Study In the Philippines there are over 170 dialects of which about twelve, belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian language family, are of regional importance. Of all these languages only Filipino and English are considered to be offici
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  • Thesis About English Proficiency Among Bshrm Students
    Level of English Proficiency and Communication Skills among BSHRM CSTA Students: an Assessment A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty of the Colegio De Sta. Teresa De Avila Foundation Inc. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of Degree Bachelor of Science in Hot
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  • Filipino Psychology
    AN UPDATE, 1998-2002 ON FILIPINO PHILOSOPHY: A CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY [1774-1992, 1993-97] http://faculty.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty/gripaldor A Research Work Supported by the College Research Fund College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University Manila ROLANDO M. GRIPALDO 2004 TABLE OF CONTENTS Prefac
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  • Lexicography of Philippine English
    LEXICOGRAPHY AND THE DESCRIPTION OF PHILIPPINE ENGLISH VOCABULARY Historical sources show that Filipino words began to be borrowed into the English of the American colonizers at a very early stage in the colonial period. Today, the English used in the Philippines has a distinctive localized vocab
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  • English
    An In-depth Study on the Hotel and Restaurant Industry In the Philippines Submitted by: Dr. Divina M. Edralin Project Head and Ms. Paulynne Castillo Senior Researcher August 17, 2001 Table of Contents page List of Tables List of Appendices Executive Summary Introduction 1. The industry 1.1
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  • English French
    English-french Dictionary éditions eBooksFrance www.ebooksfrance.com Adapted from : http://www.freedict.com/dictionary/index.html a : quelqu'un, dans, un a few : quelques a hundred : centaine a little : un peu a long time : longtemps a lot of : beaucoup aardvark : tamanoir aback : étonné abac
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  • Truthness in and of Filipino Independent Films: a Gadamerian Hermeneutical Approach
    INTRODUCTION Rationale of the Study Filipino Cinema has faced another era of its existence. For the past years the clamor for substantive, thought provoking, quality films scoffed against the apparently ubiquitous commercialized, ostensibly reformulated, motion pictures. Thenceforth, the drama
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  • Importance of English Language and Speaking Skills
    Importance of English Language & Speaking Skills Among Fourth Year Students Submitted To: Submitted By: Date Submitted: Approved: ___________________________________ Acceptance and Approval Approval and Endorsement Acknowledgement Table of Contents List of Tables List
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  • A Funny English
    Our new year was started by news of revolts and uprisings in some countries in Middle East. As this article is written, the conflict is going on and there were lots of people died already and a considerable number of casualties. Most of them are civilians. What is the root of this fracas? It’s lus
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  • Filipino
    skip to main | skip to sidebar Pinoy Students Corner All about the Philippines rich culture, literature, dances, folk songs, folk tales, heroes and famous people who shaped the nation as it is now. About this Blog This is cathcath's blog dedicated to students and researchers for facts and i
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  • Study Habiy 3rd Year English
    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE RATIONALE OF THE STUDY In educational institutions, success is measured by academic performance or how well a student meets standards set out by the national government or by the institution itself. In the Philippines, there is a clamour for quality educati
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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 fl
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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 
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  • Filipino Psych
    Sikolohiyang Pilipino (Filipino psychology): A legacy of Virgilio G. Enriquez* Rogelia Pe-Pua The University of NewSouthWales Elizabeth Protacio-Marcelino University of the Philippines Sikolohiyang Pilipino (Filipino psychology) refers to the psychology born out of the experience, thought an
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  • English William Shakespeare
    ENGLISH NOTES 2012-2013 Advising and Preregistration ONLY declared English majors (who have formally declared their major by Monday, April 30th) may preregister for English classes via the web on Monday, May 7th during their registration appointment times according to the following schedule: T
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  • Communication and Filipino Values
    COMMUNICATION * Communication is the exchange and flow of information and ideas from one person to another; it involves a sender transmitting an idea, information, or feeling to a receiver (U.S. Army, 1983). Effective communication occurs only if the receiver understands the exact information
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