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What does the Philippine Constitution say about the use of English and Filipino as a means of communication in the country?

According to Article IV, Section 6: The national language of the Philippines is Filipino. As it evolves, it shall be further developed and enriched on the basis of existing Ph (MORE)

Does communicating in English make one less of a Filipino?

Communicating in English DOES NOT make one less of a Filipino. Being a proud Filipino does not mean always speaking in tagalog. Being a Filipino is naturally shown in one's pe (MORE)

Is English the language used by Filipinos abroad?

Tagalog is the national language (unlike the US which is too PC to have a national language) and English is one of the official languages. Spanish is also spoken. All togethe (MORE)