WATCH: Common Languages and Dialects in the Philippines

The Philippines indeed has a lot of dialects known to its locals from its respective regions. Since all of us in the team are locals of Southern Tagalog, (we speak Tagalog which is basically the basis of the Filipino language) we got curious about how the other regions speak their local dialects while we are making our respective researches for this project.

After a few brainstorming and more researches, our group has arrived to this idea of gathering a few of the dialects in the country and compile it into a video. English, Filipino, Cebuano,  Waray, Bikolano, Kapampangan, Hiligaynon, and Ilokano terms of a few words are featured in this video.

Check out this video. 🙂

 


 

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