Filipino Language

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Philippines' official language is Filipino. Philippines has at least 130 local dialects and the most common is the Tagalog. The reason for having many dialects is due to the Philippines being an archipelago consisting of more than 7000 islands. Many Filipino words came from Malay, Chinese, Spanish, and American-English. Filipino language is the fourth most spoken language in the United States with about 1.7 million speakers following English, Spanish, and Chinese. Philippines has a unique alphabet called the Baybayin but nowadays, they are using the English alphabet.

Marunong ako magsalita ng Tagalog. Sa susunod, Cebuano.

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Gusto ko din matutunan magsalita ng Cebuano

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Marunong akong konti ng Waray. Di lang nagagamit kasi laging tagalong salita.

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Cebuano bisaya here. Gusto ko rin sana matutunan yung ibang salita mula sa ibang probinsya.

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May naiitindihan akong konting bisaya.

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Filipino Language
The Philippines' official language is Filipino. The Philippines has at least more than 130 local dialects and the most common widely spoken one is the Tagalog. The reason for having these many dialects is due to the Philippines being an archipelago consisting of more than 7000 islands. Many Filipino words came from Malay, Chinese, Spanish, and American- English. Filipino language is the fourth most spoken language in the United States with about 1.7 million speakers following English, Spanish, and Chinese. The Philippines has a unique alphabet called the Baybayin but nowadays, they are using the English modern Filipino alphabet.

Note: What we use now is actually based on the Roman-Latin alphabet. :) A lot of languages use this and it just so happen that USA does too. It doesn't mean we're using their alphabet though. :)
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Filipino Language
The Philippines' official language is Filipino . Philippines has at least , with over 130 local dialects and , the most common is the being Tagalog. The reason for having There are many dialects is due to because the Philippines being is an archipelago consisting of more than 7000 islands. Many Filipino words came from Malay, Chinese, Spanish, and American- English. The Filipino language is the fourth most spoken language in the United States after English, Spanish and Chinese, with about 1.7 million speakers following English, Spanish, and Chinese. . The Philippines has a unique alphabet called the " Baybayin " but nowadays, they are using everyone uses the English Latin/Roman alphabet.
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Filipino Language
Philippines' The official language of the Philippines is Filipino. Philippines Filipino has at least 130 local dialects and the most common is the Tagalog. The reason for having so many dialects is due to because the Philippines being is an archipelago consisting of more than 7000 islands. Many Filipino words came from Malay, Chinese, Spanish, and American-English. The Filipino language is the fourth most spoken language in the United States with about 1.7 million speakers following English, Spanish, and Chinese. The Philippines has a unique alphabet called the Baybayin but nowadays, they are using the English Latin alphabet.
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