A Website for Advocating Malay as Philippine National Language

anotherlanguageblog:

Interesting

Shucks, this is long, long time ago.
My present stance now that Chavacano*, especially the Ermiteño variant, should be the lingua franca of the Philippines.

*Chavacano: a Spanish-based creole spoken in the Philippines

(Source: hijodegilipolla)

Impose “Filipino” in CHED’s General Education Curriculum? 

<b> Question:</b> Why there's no major K-Pop concerts in South Africa?<p><b>Answer:</b> Blame it on both the ANC and the Communists!<p><b>Question:</b> Why?<p><b>Answer:</b> It's obvious, they're both pro-North Korea<p>

Question: What is a Filipino language?

Answer: There's no such thing as Filipino language. Personally, if there's an existing Filipino language, it should defined as "standardized variant of Chavacano de Ermita or Ermiteño, a creole language that was once spoken in Manila". Oh, that version of Filipino should be defined as a lingua franca.

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