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  1. It’s about time Spanish regains its rightful place in the Philippines. We have thousands of Filipino immigrants here in Manitoba, Canada, and I am always amazed at how similar they are to Mexicans due to obvious cultural links. Also, I believe Filipinos would find it very easy to learn Spanish since the sounds of Tagalog (and other local languages) are much more similar to Spanish than they are to English. Many Filipinos coming here are shocked to learn that the English they speak is considered insufficient or at such a basic level that language-upgrading courses are needed for some professionals to be able to work in their fields.

  2. English originates from England & Americans derive their English dialect from it’s origin…England. Americans & English speakers all over the world can communicate effectively although with different accents & different vernaculars & conversational lexicons because the root of their language is English.
    Spanish originates from Spain and Hispanics & Latinos derive their Spanish dialects from it’s origin. Spaniards original language is CASTELLANO. That is the proper Spanish language being that it is the original Spanish language. Of course, it has evolved into a variety of dialects in different Spanish speaking countries. The reason Spanish speakers around the world understand each other and can communicate effortlessy even when from different countries is because all the dialects originate from CASTELLANO.

  3. Francois Paolo Obrero

    Thank you for posting such a wonderful article/news about the significance of spanish language here in the philippines. It is good that our good president Gloria Arroyo reinstated it and she was even awarded a month ago in spain for her decision to reintroduce the language to us FILIPINOS….
    it is far more important for filipinos when it comes to our culture and identity bec. in fact we are the only hispanic nation in asia…..also a member of the latin union….
    muchas gracias and mabuhay…

  4. Thank you for posting such a wonderful article/news about the significance of spanish language here in the philippines. It is good that our good president Gloria Arroyo reinstated it and she was even awarded a month ago in spain for her decision to reintroduce the language to us FILIPINOS….
    it is far more important for filipinos when it comes to our culture and identity bec. in fact we are the only hispanic nation in asia…..also a member of the latin union….
    muchas gracias, thanks and mabuhay

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