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    Buwan ng Wika 2011: Ang Filipino ay Wikang Panlahat, Ilaw at Lakas sa Tuwid na Landas

    Alalahanin ang wikang bumubuhay sa bawat Pilipino!

    PROKLAMASYON BLG. 1041
    NAGPAPAHAYAG NG TAUNANG PAGDIRIWANG TUWING AGOSTO 1-31 BILANG BUWAN NG WIKANG PAMBANSA

    SAPAGKAT, ang pagpapahalaga sa isang katutubong wikang pambansa ay pinatunayan ng pagkakaroon ng kaukulang probisyon sa Saligang Batas ng 1898, 1935, 1973, at 1987;

    SAPAGKAT, ang isang katutubong wikang panlahat ay mahalagang kasangkapan sa komunikasyon, unawaan, kaisahan at kaunlaran ng bansa;

    SAPAGKAT, ang katutubong wikang nagsisilbing batayan ng nililinang, pinauunlad at pinagyayaman pang wikang pambansang Filipino ayon sa itinatakda ng Saligang Batas ng 1987, ay gumanap ng mahalagang tungkulin sa Himagsikan ng 1896 tungo sa pagkakamit ng Kasarinlan na ang Ika-100 Taon ay kasalukuyang ipinagdiriwang at ginugunita ng sambayanang Pilipino;

    SAPAGKAT, ang dating Pangulong Manuel Luis Quezon, ang itinuturing na Ama ng Wikang Pambansa, ay isinilang noong Agosto 19, 1878;

    DAHIL DITO, AKO, si FIDEL V. RAMOS, Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas, sa bisa ng kapangyarihang kaloob sa akin ng batas, ay nagpapahayag ng taunang pagdiriwang tuwing Agosto 1-31 bilang Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa, sa pangunguna ng mga pinuno at kawani sa sektor ng pamahalaan, mga pinuno at guro sa sektor ng edukasyon, mga kinatawan ng pakikipagugnayang pang-madla, mga pinuno at miyembro ng iba’t ibang organisasyong pangwika, pang-edukasyon, pangkultura at sibiko, at mga organisasyong di-pampamahalaan.

    BILANG KATUNAYAN, lumagda ako rito at ipinakintal ang tatak ng Republika ng Pilipinas.
    GINAWA sa Lungsod ng Maynila, ngayong ika 15 ng Hulyo, sa taon ng Ating Panginoon, Labinsiyam na Raan at Siyamnapu’t Pito.

    FIDEL V. RAMOS


    The country celebrates August as “Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa” (National Language Month) per Proclamation No. 1041, series of 1997, as declared by Former President Fidel Ramos. This year’s theme is, “Ang Filipino ay Wikang Panlahat, Ilaw at Lakas sa Tuwid na Landas.”

    The celebration is highlighted by “Linggo ng Wika” (National Language Week) in the first week of August, to focus on the significance of “Filipino” as the country’s national language.
    The Constitution provides that, “the national language of the Philippines is Filipino. On November 12, 1937, the first national assembly in the Philippines approved a law creating the National Language Institute to study and survey the existing native languages, with a view to choosing one to be used as a basis for the national language.

    The national language celebration started on March 26, 1946, when President Sergio S. Osmeńa issued Proclamation No. 35 designating March 27 to April 2 each year as “National Language Week.” On September 23, 1955, President Ramon F. Magsaysay issued Proclamation No. 186 changing the date of the celebration to August 13-19 in honor of the Birth Anniversary of President Manuel L. Quezon, considered the “Father of National Language.”

    After the EDSA Revolution, President Corazon C. Aquino issued Proclamation No. 19 on August 12, 1988 proclaiming National Language Week on August 13-19. To strengthen previous proclamations, President Fidel V. Ramos issued Proclamation No. 1041 on January 15, 1997, declaring the whole month of August as “National Language Month.”

    This year, the Department of Education and the Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino have lined up programs to draw participation from students, the biggest group that uses and studies the national language as part of the curriculum.

    The celebration is divided into five parts: August 1-7, 2011, appreciating the significance of the national anthem; August 8-14, 2011, pledging allegiance to the Philippine flag; August 15-21, 2011, using language as instrument to achieve freedom and justice; August 22-28, 2011, composing songs and writing poetry on the theme, “Wikang Filipino: Tugon sa Malinaw na Programa sa Tuwid na Landas;” and August 29-31, celebrating Filipino as the voice of teachers and students and the language of heroism.
    The Department of Education joins the country in celebrating Buwan ng Wikang
    Pambansa this August which gives special focus on the promotion of the
    national language and environmental protection.

    DepEd is closely coordinating with the Komisyon ng Wikang Filipino to celebrate
    the Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa in August, per P.D. 1041, series of 1997, as
    declared by Former President Fidel Ramos. This year’s theme is, “Sa
    Pangangalaga sa Wika at Kalikasan, Wagas na Pagmamahal Talagang
    Kailangan.”

    “The department is in full agreement with the chosen theme which highlights two
    very important concerns of our time, the flourishing of a national language and
    increasing awareness on environmental issues,” said DepEd Chief Br. Armin
    Luistro FSC.

    Luistro added that celebrating the Buwan ng Wika yearly unites us as one
    unique race, saying, “our national language defines us as a nation.”

    Several sub-themes are lined-up for the month-long celebration of our national
    language. On August 1-7, the celebration will be guided by the topic, “Wika’y
    Kailangan sa Pandaigdigang Impormasyon sa Pangangalaga sa Kalikasan”.

    On the other hand, on August 8-14, it will be “Wika’y Instrumento sa
    Pagpapalaganap ng Kamalayan sa Pagbabago ng Kalikasan”.

    Moreover, “Wika’y Mabisang Susi sa Edukasyong Pangkalikasan” will be the
    topic on August 15-21 while “Ang Pagpapahalaga sa Wika at Pangangalaga sa
    Kalikasan ay Pagmamahal sa Inang Bayan” will be on August 22-28.
    Laslty, on August 29-30, it will be “Wika’t Kalikasan Mahalin at Pangalagaan,
    Biyaya ng Poong Maykapal sa Bayan”.

    Luistro encourages the active participation of everyone in this national
    undertaking. “I encourage the whole community, especially the youth, to join us
    in enriching our national language as we also unite to be responsible individuals
    who are truly mindful of what we do everyday to protect the environment,”
    added Luistro.

    The celebration will include specific activities that will display our love for our
    language and for our environment. Some of these will be a seminar-workshop to
    tackle urgent environmental issues using our national language, dialogues
    between schools and local government units, art/poster-making contests which
    focus on the protection of the environment, forum and coordination with DENR
    officials on their environmental protection programs, and film showing about
    climate change.

    Students may also participate in plays that show the relationship between man
    and nature, and debate on the effects of industrialization on the environment
    using Filipino as medium.

    Moreover, teachers will be expected to discuss in class the importance of the
    Filipino language in understanding climate change.


    Lahat ng Hindi Ko Kailangang Malaman, Natutunan Ko sa Pelikulang For Adults Only ni Jose F. Lacaba

    Marumi ang pulitiko, pero malinis ang budhi
    ng p*ta.

    Ipokrito ang pari, pero may ginintuang puso
    ang p*ta.

    Nagpapaaral ng kapatid na magpapari
    ang p*ta.

    Namumutiktik sa p*tang ina at anak ng p*ta ang malaswang bibig
    ng p*ta.

    Nalululong sa droga ang anak
    ng p*ta.

    Ayaw ng p*tang ina na ang anak niyang babae'y masadlak
    sa pagp*p*ta.

    Ang unang tikim sa luto ng Diyos ay ipinapatikim
    ng p*ta.

    Bukas ang simbahan kahit madaling-araw tuwing magdadasal
    ang p*ta.

    Nagbubulungan ang mga manang na nakakasalubong
    ng p*ta.

    Ginahasa ng tiyuhin ang p*ta kung kaya siya
    nagp*ta.

    Talak ng kahirapan kung kaya nagp*ta
    ang p*ta.

    Hindi nagpapahalik sa labi
    ang p*ta.

    Kapwa p*ta ang mga kabarkada
    ng p*ta.

    Magandang lalaki ang nag-aalay ng tapat na pag-ibig
    sa p*ta.

    Masungit na ina ng magandang lalaki ang nag-aalok ng pera para lumayo
    ang p*ta.

    Kung binabaril ang bidang lalaki, yumayakap at tinatamaan
    ang p*ta.

    Tanging kamatayan ang tutubos at magpapatawad sa kaputahan
    ng p*ta.

    Sigaw ng p*ta: Pare-pareho naman tayong
    p*ta!
    Bob ong quotes

    1. "Lahat naman ng tao sumeseryoso pagtinamaan ng pagmamahal. Yun nga lang,
    hindi lahat matibay para sa temptasyon."

    2. "Gamitin ang puso para alagaan ang taong malapit sayo. Gamitin ang utak
    para alagaan ang sarili mo."

    3. "Huwag mong bitawan ang bagay na hindi mo kayang makitang hawakan ng iba."

    4. "Huwag mong hawakan kung alam mong bibitawan mo lang."

    5. "Huwag na huwag ka hahawak kapag alam mong may hawak ka na."

    6. "Parang elevator lang yan eh, bakit mo pagsisiksikan yung sarili mo kung
    walang pwesto para sayo. Eh meron naman hagdan, ayaw mo lang pansinin."

    7. "Kung maghihintay ka nang ng lalandi sayo, walang mangyayari sa buhay
    mo.. Dapat lumandi ka din."

    8. "Pag may mahal ka at ayaw sayo, hayaan mo. Malay mo sa mga susunod na
    araw ayaw mo na din sa kanya, naunahan ka lang."

    9. "Hiwalayan na kung di ka na masaya. Walang gamot sa t*nga kundi
    pagkukusa."

    10. "Pag hindi ka mahal ng mahal mo wag ka magreklamo. Kasi may mga tao rin
    na di mo mahal pero mahal ka. Kaya quits lang."

    11. "Bakit ba ayaw matulog ng mga bata sa tanghali? alam ba nilang pag
    natuto silang umibig e hindi na sila makakatulog kahit gusto nila?

    12. "Hindi lungkot o takot ang mahirap sa pag-iisa kundi ang pagtanggap na
    sa bilyon-bilyong tao sa mundo, wala man lang nakipaglaban upang makasama
    ka."

    13. "Kung nagmahal ka ng taong di dapat at nasaktan ka, wag mong sisihin ang
    puso mo. Tumitibok lang yan para mag-supply ng dugo sa katawan mo. Ngayon,
    kung magaling ka sa anatomy at ang sisisihin mo naman ay ang hypothalamus mo
    na kumokontrol ng emotions mo, mali ka pa rin! Bakit? Utang na loob! Wag
    mong isisi sa body organs mo ang mga sama ng loob mo sa buhay! Tandaan mo:
    magiging masaya ka lang kung matututo kang tanggapin na hindi ang puso,
    utak, atay o bituka mo ang may kasalanan sa lahat ng nangyari sayo, kundi
    IKAW mismo!"

    14. "nalaman kong hindi final exam ang passing rate ng buhay. hindi ito
    multiple choice, identification, true or false, enumeration or fill-in-the-
    blanks na sinasagutan kundi essay na isinusulat araw-araw. Huhusgahan ito
    hindi base sa kung tama o mali ang sagot, kundi base sa kung may kabuluhan
    ang mga isinulat o wala. Allowed ang erasures."

    15. "Wag magmadali sa pag-aasawa. Tatlo, lima, sampung taon sa hinaharap,
    mag-iiba pa ang pamantayan mo at maiisip mong di pala tamang pumili ng
    kapareha dahil lang sa kaboses niya si Debbie Gibson o magaling
    mag-breakdance. Totoong mas importante ang kalooban ng tao higit anuman. Sa
    paglipas ng panahon, maging ang mga crush ng bayan sa eskwelahan e
    nagmumukha ring pandesal. Maniwala ka."

    16. "ayokong nasasanay sa mga bagay na pwede namang wala sa buhay ko "

    17. "hinahanap mo nga ba ako o ang kawalan ko?"

    18. "hindi dahil sa hindi mo naiintindihan ang isang bagay ay
    kasinungalingan na ito. at hindi lahat ng kaya mong intindihin ay
    katotohanan. "

    19. "Kumain ka na ng siopao na may palamang pusa o maglakad sa bubog nang
    nakayapak, pero wag na wag kang susubok mag-drugs. Kung hindi mo kayang
    umiwas, humingi ka ng tulong sa mga magulang mo dahil alam nila kung saan
    ang mga murang supplier at hindi ka nila iisahan."

    20. "Mag-aral maigi. Kung titigil ka sa pag-aaral, manghihinayang ka
    pagtanda mo dahil hindi mo naranasan ang kakaibang ligayang dulot ng mga
    araw na walang pasok o suspendido ang klase o absent ang teacher. (Haaay,
    sarap!)."

    21. "Mangarap ka at abutin mo. Wag mong sisihin ang sira mong pamilya,
    palpak mong syota, pilay mong tuta, o mga lumilipad na ipis. Kung may
    pagkukulang sa'yo mga magulang mo, pwde kang manisi at maging rebelde.
    Tumigil ka sa pag-aaral, mag-asawa ka, mag-drugs ka, magpakulay ka ng buhok
    sa kili-kili. Sa bandang huli, ikaw din ang biktima. Rebeldeng walang
    napatunayan at bait sa sarili."

  2. #2
    Mabuti naman at may tumatangkilik sa mga aklat ni Bob Ong at iba pang manunulat sa wikang Pilipino.

    Nawala ang komiks , napalitan naman ng aklat.

  3. #3
    unang turuan ng Filipino ang mga Tagapag-ulat sa TV na nag-iimbento ng mga kung anu-anong salita dahil tamad silang hanapin kung ano ang angkop na salita.

  4. #4
    On August 15 to 21, the theme is the use of language as an instrument to achieve freedom and justice. Schools are encouraged to conduct a symposium on the history of the country’s struggle for freedom and the holding of debate following the theme “Ang Kahalagahan ng Wika sa Larangan ng Katarungan.”


    http://www.gov.ph/2011/07/27/celebra...nd-patriotism/

  5. #5
    bakit nilangaw to? nasaan na ang mga hindi amoy malansang isda? pinagpipilitan nila sa mga hindi tangalog ang wika nila, tapos ngayon absent sila dito? arcie at mega bum?

  6. #6
    Isu ngarud! Tatta nga adda daytoy ket awan isuda. Baka ngay haan da pay maawatan ti bagbagak ditoy; baka puro da Tagalog ket haan da siguro ammo nga pati ti isursurat ko ket "national language" latta.

  7. #7
    There was no common language in the Philippine archipelago when the Spanish arrived in the 16th century. The three major lingua francas were Liwayway (Tagalog), Hiligaynon and Bisayan (Visayan). As the Philippine languages are all closely related and therefore easy for Filipinos to learn, most speakers of smaller languages were bilingual in such a regional language.

    On November 12, 1937, the first national assembly in the Philippines approved a law creating a National Language Institute to make a study and survey of each of the existing native languages, with a view to choosing one which was to be used as a basis for the national language of the Philippines. The three main contenders were Tagalog, Visayan, and Ilocano.

    On July 14, 1936, the Surián ng Wikáng Pambansâ (National Language Institute) selected Tagalog as the basis of Wikang Pambansâ ("National Language") based on the following factors:

    1. Tagalog is widely spoken and is the language most understood in all the Regions of the Philippines;
    2. It is not divided into smaller, separate languages as Visayan or Bikol is;
    3. Its literary tradition is the richest and the most developed and extensive.
    4. More books are written in Tagalog than in any other autochthonous Philippine language, but this is mainly by virtue of law and privilege;
    5. Tagalog has always been the language of Manila – the political and economic capital of the Philippines during the Spanish and American eras;

  8. #8
    isa sa mga magagaling na critical thinker na Pilipino si Bob Ong ngunit alam natin na mayroong mas magaling sa kanya ang kaibahan nya lang sa iba ang ginamit nyang medium ay tagalog. Kaya sana tangkilikin muna natin ang ating sariling wika sapagkat hindi nmn masamng matuto ng iba pang mga wika.

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  10. #9
    tagalog is a terribly deficient language that is impractical as a medium of instruction, particularly in college.

    try translating the following words to tagalog:
    geothermal, molecule, carbohydrate, semiconductor, thermodynamics, momentum, calculus, biomedical, coplanar, radiology, console, defragmentation, firewall, hardware, router, hyperlink, etc.

  11. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by jhak90 View Post
    There was no common language in the Philippine archipelago when the Spanish arrived in the 16th century. The three major lingua francas were Liwayway (Tagalog), Hiligaynon and Bisayan (Visayan). As the Philippine languages are all closely related and therefore easy for Filipinos to learn, most speakers of smaller languages were bilingual in such a regional language.

    On November 12, 1937, the first national assembly in the Philippines approved a law creating a National Language Institute to make a study and survey of each of the existing native languages, with a view to choosing one which was to be used as a basis for the national language of the Philippines. The three main contenders were Tagalog, Visayan, and Ilocano.

    On July 14, 1936, the Surián ng Wikáng Pambansâ (National Language Institute) selected Tagalog as the basis of Wikang Pambansâ ("National Language") based on the following factors:

    1. Tagalog is widely spoken and is the language most understood in all the Regions of the Philippines;
    2. It is not divided into smaller, separate languages as Visayan or Bikol is;
    3. Its literary tradition is the richest and the most developed and extensive.
    4. More books are written in Tagalog than in any other autochthonous Philippine language, but this is mainly by virtue of law and privilege;
    5. Tagalog has always been the language of Manila – the political and economic capital of the Philippines during the Spanish and American eras;
    e bakit po kayo nag english dito? akala ko nag promote kayo sa wika nyo? yan ang malaking asar ko sa mga tagalog mga hypocrite,english ng english tapos pinipilit nila ang wika nila sa hindi mga tagalog!

  12. #11
    ang mga professional licensure examinations (board exams) ba ay naka-tagalog?

  13. #12
    "...the suppression of local languages that may lead to violent conflicts, disunity, and dissension. In the early 1970s, the Bangladeshis fought and won a war against Pakistan over the issue of language. The Lithuanians protested the mandatory use of Russian in schools and later seceded from the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s. The autonomous government of Catalonia enacted the 1983 Catalonian Linguistic Normalization Law, which made Spanish and Catalan co-official languages in the region. This was an act made by the Catalonians against what they perceived to be the Spanish government’s attempt at practicing linguistic imperialism in their region."
    - Ricardo Ma. Duran Nolasco, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, UP Diliman


  14. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by cloudgate View Post
    tagalog is a terribly deficient language that is impractical as a medium of instruction, particularly in college.

    try translating the following words to tagalog:
    geothermal, molecule, carbohydrate, semiconductor, thermodynamics, momentum, calculus, biomedical, coplanar, radiology, console, defragmentation, firewall, hardware, router, hyperlink, etc.
    Wah na-ban ka pala. Dahil ba dun sa English proficiency thread mo? Kaya pala nagtataka ako kung bakit iba yung nagpost pero same content.

    Masyado na kasi kayong personal, e. Ikaw pa yung unang na-ban.

    Anyway, on the actual post I can't translate those to Tagalog partly because I'm a native Hiligaynon and mostly because I don't think there is a translation, anyway . I do know Tagalog words that are similar like dagbalani (electromagnet), dagdaloy (electric current) and sipnayan (mathematics), so some of those may have similar translations.

    However, since this thread is about Filipino, they can be easily translated to:
    "geothermal, molecule, carbohydrate, semiconductor, thermodynamics, momentum, calculus, biomedical, coplanar, radiology, console, defragmentation, firewall, hardware, router, hyperlink"

    I do agree that English is still the superior medium of instruction, though.

  15. #14

  16. #15
    What is the difference between Filipino and the other languages of the Philippines?

    Let us clarify one thing. The 1987 Constitution has not anointed Tagalog as Filipino. Section 6, first paragraph of Art. XIV of the 1987 Constitution says "The national language of the Philippines is Filipino. As it evolves, it shall be further developed and enriched on the basis of existing Philippine languages and other languages." Filipino is an artificial language that has no native speakers. It is like Katharevousa, the defunct official language of modern Greece.


  17. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by cloudgate View Post
    "...the suppression of local languages that may lead to violent conflicts, disunity, and dissension. In the early 1970s, the Bangladeshis fought and won a war against Pakistan over the issue of language. The Lithuanians protested the mandatory use of Russian in schools and later seceded from the former Soviet Union in the early 1990s. The autonomous government of Catalonia enacted the 1983 Catalonian Linguistic Normalization Law, which made Spanish and Catalan co-official languages in the region. This was an act made by the Catalonians against what they perceived to be the Spanish government’s attempt at practicing linguistic imperialism in their region."
    - Ricardo Ma. Duran Nolasco, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics, UP Diliman

    Hindi naman talaga dapat supilin ang ibang katutubong wika, kailangan lang ng Pambansang Wika.

    And this does not exclude the study of other languages. I agree on having English as medium of instruction.

  18. #17
    For the week of August 22 to 28, the theme is “Wikang Filipino: Tugon sa Malinaw na Programa sa Tuwid na Landas.” The week will be about composing songs and writing poetry on the programs being pursued by the government such as caring for the environment, cleanliness and promotion of national language.

    The remaining days of August will be anchored on the celebration of the Filipino language as the voice of teachers, students, and the language of heroism.

    http://www.gov.ph/2011/07/27/celebra...nd-patriotism/

  19. #18
    excuse me, tagalog is not for everybody... Duh!

  20. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by dugongaso View Post
    e bakit po kayo nag english dito? akala ko nag promote kayo sa wika nyo? yan ang malaking asar ko sa mga tagalog mga hypocrite,english ng english tapos pinipilit nila ang wika nila sa hindi mga tagalog!
    Nagsalita ang magaling. Kung ayaw mo sa Tagalog, bakit Tagalog ang post mo? hahaha. Hipokrito!! Pwe

  21. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by bier_trinker View Post
    Nagsalita ang magaling. Kung ayaw mo sa Tagalog, bakit Tagalog ang post mo? hahaha. Hipokrito!! Pwe
    we visayans are doing you a favor by talking to you in tagalog... DUh....
    we don't want you guys to have nosebleeds... Baka mapagkamalan pa kayoong may dengue.. Uso pa naman sa inyo...
    Bakit kaya maraming dengue cases sa katagalugan ngayon pero wala masyado sa vis-min eh rainy season rin naman dito? Hmmmmm.....

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