“Filipino is also designated, along with English, as an official language of Philippine.It is the standard resister of the Tagalog language.Tagalog is among the 185 languages of the Philippines identified in the Ethnologue.”
Two and a half hours down the expressway north of Manila, and drive west through the idyllic countryside, villages and towns while observing the gentle mountains on your right.
At the first time, I left the station on a weekday morning, so I got into a traffic jam in Manila and spent more than 7 hours going there.
In addition, I left Manila this early Sunday morning. It was really smooth halfway. However, when you get off the highway and drive on a general road, you first encounter a row of funeral cars, then a traffic jam of road construction, and a row of cars of various ceremonies such as churches, and you are forced to drive a lot of times. I will.
It’s ironic that local cities have more congestion on Sundays.
Now in Japan, an English conversation teacher is required. There is a shortage of people who can teach English for children and conversation for junior high and high school students, and even correct English sentences.
Since the Philippines was originally an American colony, many people speak English.
In the first place, each of the 8,000 islands that make up the Philippines has its own culture, and the language varies from place to place. It’s a little exaggeration to say that English is a language commonly spoken throughout the Philippines, but that’s also the reality.
However, in the Philippines, various languages whose grammar and expressions are different from Tagalog coexist. Although it is a second language for Filipinos, English is nothing but a language spoken in public places at the national level.
However, it is not true that many Filipino teachers are fluent in reading and writing at the same level as utterances.
There is a reason. In the Philippines, urban areas such as Manila and Cebu are similar to other parts of Asia, where higher wages are demanded and people frequently change jobs. The competition in the human resources market is becoming more intense.
However, the situation is different in remote areas like Pangasinan.
Moreover, the people living here work diligently to support their families. The level of English is also quite high for some people, and the people we work with now have comprehensive English skills that are second to none compared to American English teachers.
His village is about 30 minutes by car from the city. There is no water supply there and people live in well water. The main industries of the village facing the river are agriculture and river fishing. People live in houses with woven palm leaf roofs.
Since there are only elementary schools in the village, excellent students receive secondary and higher education in Lingayen. And becoming an English teacher and teaching at a public high school is the best status symbol for them.
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