Philippines language - The History of the Filipino Languages

So, on average, each minor regional language has about 80,000 speakers.

In addition, various occupations of the region by different nations has brought the Filipino languages in to direct contact with many other languages, which have also had their influence.

Major Languages in the Philippines

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These languages include Chinese various types , Arabic, Japanese, Spanish, Malay, Tamil, and Korean.

Languages and Non

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Description: Dialects are spoken in some parts of Masbate, particularly on the island of Ticao which is adjacent to Samar Island.

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Dialects are spoken in some parts of Masbate, particularly on the island of Ticao which is adjacent to Samar Island.
Among its past and present academics are former President Arroyo, former Foreign Affairs Secretaryand Archbishop of Cebú Cardinal.
The Congress voted to include Tagalog as the national language in 1937.

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