Oh, today’s youth…
The best remedy to that is suspend their cable tv and have them watch nothing but ABS-CBN or GMA the whole day
Can you blame them? English communication is a highly desirable skill locally and internationally.
o ayan Alan, puede ka na mag-tate even though your middle name is Umali and not O’malley.
but i think exclusivity does not necessarily translate to eloquence
While English can land a job either here or overseas, Filipino appears to still be a necessity not just to be able to enjoy Teleseryes but for use in communicating with the househelp and other folks you deal with on a daily basis
nah, i still prefer english… hehehehe
In my defense, I had a lot of negative reinforcement from all my Filipino teachers and our main dialect at home was Bisaya, When I came to Manila, I just read a lot of pugad baboy and beerkada and 4 years later, people still assume by my broken accented Tagalog that I must be Korean.
Mary!! You could have been J I N R Y P A R K! hehehe.. don’t take me seriously.
That’s some exclusive school. Some public school students will make fun of you for speaking English so well.
Oh Chompy. Jinry Park just WISHES she were me. Xp
Aww. mary.. Kailan kaya namin ikaw makikilala sa personal..
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