...of speakers of many other languages such as Cebuano and Ilocano . They suggest that the Filipino language movement is rooted in anti-American sentiment.
2 Answers · Society & Culture · 08/07/2012
...and Latin. One of my good friends is a Filipino who speaks Tagalog and he's a good guy so yeah, nice country, nice...
18 Answers · Society & Culture · 21/11/2006
In ilocano , it's kanyak. It means mine.
1 Answers · Society & Culture · 19/12/2010
... because it is already covered by tagalog. among pure filipinos , we trace our heritage by the language spoken in a region, as in: ilocano -waray-ilonggo or tausug-chavacano. we do not say davaoeño-cebuano-cagay-anon, etc...
13 Answers · Travel · 12/10/2007
... them access to their language as well as subjugating them mentally... religion. From another point view, Filipinos did not want to learn Spanish because...
8 Answers · Society & Culture · 15/04/2007
Exactly. I answered a similar question not too long ago: http://ca.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AkLA0n8z0m2qCPmkCtMaPr7BFQx.;_ylv=3?qid=20100202074935AAVYtLH&show=7#profile-info-qrbcimLjaa
4 Answers · Travel · 16/02/2010