• Collection of Philippine Poems
    Filipino nation to improve their country and make it self-sufficient. The title of this poem by Amado V. Hernandez can be translated into English as A Piece of Heaven. Signed in Muntinlupa Prison on April 22, 1952. Life itself is like a dream deferred. We make promises, we nurse a...
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  • Wikang Filipino
    Ang Papel ng Wikang Pambansang Filipino sa gitna ng iba’t-ibang dyalekto sa bansang Pilipinas Sa Asya o maging sa ibang kontinente tulad ng Amerika, Australia, Aprika, Europa, bawat bansa ay may isang natatanging wikang ginagamit lamang. Kung may pagkakaiba man sa kanilang pagsasalita, yun ay...
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  • Pagibig Sa Tinubuang Lupa
    This poem was written in Tagalog by one of the heroes of the Philippines but there are English translations as well,probably since it is a very good poem that not only Filipinos can read and appreciate it but other nationalities can too. Some lines that struck me are: “Aling pag-ibig pa ang...
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  • Investigatory Project in Physics
    you may opt in for Google Translate. A great choice if you are looking to travel Philippines is to hire a tour guide who is known and qualified to be a good Filipino translator and knows English translation not by the book but by phrase. A knowledge of the travel places is definitely a plus factor...
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  • Attendance Monitoring Information System
    for Filipinos who had a good command of the English language, there were not enough Filipinos who could qualify. Job seekers who come from middle income means and higher had better chances to land good jobs because they are more proficient in English and can help themselves to more books to improve...
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  • Culture Speech
    , physically and emotionally and she’s always taught me to be proud of myself and to believe that I can do anything. B. When I was little she would always read and talk to me in Spanish, while I would translate and reply back to her in English so together she and I were teaching each other a...
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  • Phil .Literature
    middle class.  The use of English as medium of instruction introduced Filipinos to Anglo-American modes of thought, culture and life ways that would be embedded not only in the literature produced but also in the psyche of the country’s educated class. It was this educated class that would be the...
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  • Oot of School Youth
    youth (OSY), according to the 2010 Annual Poverty Indicators Survey (APIS) of the National Statistics Office (NSO). This translates to about 16 percent of the estimated 39 million Filipinos in that age bracket, or 6.24 million people, the NSO said in a report released last week. It said that among...
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  • Reaction Paper - En Campos de Batalla de Dr. Jose Rizal
    “En Campos de Batalla de dr. Jose Rizal.” If I got it right, this translates to “The Battlefield of Dr. Jose Rizal.” The story was about the challenges that Dr. Rizal faced while he was fighting for the country. It revolved around his personal struggles, namely his choice between the...
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  • Fliptop Battle: the Modern Balagtasan
    Radio were labeled before the world war II started. Different versions of Balagtasan pop-up in every regions of the language, as well as adopted language like English and Spanish. Being a form of national literature, it is still part of the lives of every filipino not just the whole form balagtasan...
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  • Jet Blue
    , which banned the use of all Filipino national symbols, the American colonial government decided to translate the national hymn from Spanish to English. The first translation was written around that time by Paz Marquez Benitez of the University of the Philippines, who was also a famous poet during...
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  • English Proficiency
    fluency actually translate to a country's economic success and overall standing in the world of nations? Back when American influence on teachers was still strong in the 1950s, I recall instances where all of us, pupils then, were required to speak English in English class or be fined five...
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  • Don't Let Our Forest Become Once Upon a Time
    Achievement Test, is an examination given annually in march to assess the competency of both public and private school students. The students’ knowledge and skill are tested in the subjects of Mathematics, English, Science, Filipino, and HEKASI for grade school and Mathematic, English, Science...
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  • Gette
    matibay na pagliliwanag sa saligang batas, naitala ang Wikang Pambansa bilang Filipino. Ang Filipino ay hango sa humigit kumulang na 90 diyalekto sa bansa. Gayumpaman, ang Tagalog ang siyang sinasabing nagluwal nito. Ang Tagalog, sa panahon ng mga pagtatakda ng wikang pambansa ay ang siyang napili...
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  • K-12 Reaction Paper
    Reyes, Jeneth K. BSED- English Reaction Paper No. 13 K to 12: More than just decongesting the curriculum K to 12, though already implemented, is still a major issue in the country. Filipino people cannot accept the fact that our education is now prolonged. Some are arguing...
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  • Mother Tongue
    Filipino or English is called L2. This means that the child learns to speak, read, and write in his native language. Mathematics, Science, and History, which are normally taught in English, are also taught in L1. When the student has acquired some sufficient knowledge and understanding, he then moves on...
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  • Yeah Baby
    of foreign schools or foreign operated schools – will not improve education for Filipinos. More spending and Philhealth customer acquisition does not necessarily translate to quality health service. Rather, it can wind up spreading access to lousy service. There are better ways one that does not...
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  • Jejemon
    Jejemons together with the Jejebet; has been recently discovered by Jejeientist Ranzkiedoodles during her gruelling sojourn at Jejeland) and instead teaching them the normal speaking languages of Filipino and English. Urban dictionary says: 1) Usually seen around social networking sites such as...
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  • Thesis of Compiler
    causes low comprehension and lack of vocabulary words. Students nowadays encountered a big problem in terms of translating our very own language to universal language or Filipino to English. In this case student cannot find the right word for their sentence because they cannot find a...
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  • A Funny English
    vernacular words or sentences in crooked English in such a way that it will sound funny. More than a decade ago, I was listening to a radio program over DYKA, the ‘joke only’ portion. A man was asking his friend to translate Filipino sentences. He said: “What is ‘walang utang na loob’ in...
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