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communicating with kids in english
« on: July 08, 2009, 11:26:09 am »

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mga sis, question po . gusto ko sana english ang language ni baby kaso sabi ng ibang officemate ko pag nag aral na daw sya mahihirapan sya sa filipino subject? true ba yun? thanks!

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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2009, 01:41:11 pm »

yeah somehow true.. pero as much as possible mganda rin kung marunong si baby mo magspeak and understand ng tagalog and english..
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2009, 02:13:01 pm »

^^ I dont think mahihirapan sya mommy kasi everyone else naman nagtatagalog e.
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2009, 02:25:33 pm »

yes, sis.. it's true.. lalo na kung pure english ang everyday usapan nyo.. yung kids ng officemate ko, hayun may tutor pa sa filipino subject kasi di nila maintindihan yung tagalog.. minsan nga i asked her daughter kung ano tawag sa kanya sa school kasi 3 names niya, di niya ako naintindihan, instead sinagot niya yung name ng school nila.. ehheehe... tapos asked ko rin kung may klase na sila, sabi niya sa mommy niya, "mom, what did she say?"... o db, dito lang sila lumaki sa pilipinas pero never ever mo narinig na magtagalog not even a single word...
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #4 on: July 08, 2009, 03:39:32 pm »

yes it's true...once they get to used to speak in English at yun na ang naging pang araw-araw na pakikipag usap nila hirap sa Filipino Subject sa school, tulad yun apo ng Pastor namin, most of the times talaga hindi niya naiintindihan yun tagalog words, kaya pag kinausap mo sya ng Tagalog he'll not answer u instead ask his mom/dad what did u say, at yun din ang mababang grade niya na subject sa school...need pa sya ipa tutor...
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #5 on: July 09, 2009, 08:33:56 am »

ever since I got pregnant with Lana and with Gabby I communicate to them in English. pati sa house English din ang pinapractice namin na language when talking to the children. even the yaya is encouraged to talk to them in English.

with regards to Filipino, hindi naman ako nahirapan with Lana kasi she adapted well when she started school. she can speak Filipino and English well. articulate and eloquent nga according to her teachers. mabilis natuto managalog si Lana yun lang nakakatawa lang accent niya hehe...  ;D
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« Reply #6 on: July 09, 2009, 11:52:24 am »

salamat po sa lahat ng replies nyo .
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« Reply #7 on: July 12, 2009, 03:58:15 pm »

for me sis taglish lam ni anniel :)ok na un ganun atleast kung may kumausap sa kanya ng english maintindihan niya,din kung may tok sa kanya fil intindihan niya din diba.
yung doc kc frend ng mr ko sabi niya d din daw maganda un pure eng.kc yung isa daw niya frend ganun yung anak english salita din pag maki pag laro na daw sa mga bata siya pa ang na out of place,kc lahat ka laro mga tagalog salita hehe.kaya mas maganda na un pareho alam niya.
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #8 on: July 12, 2009, 04:46:06 pm »

mga sis, question po . gusto ko sana english ang language ni baby kaso sabi ng ibang officemate ko pag nag aral na daw sya mahihirapan sya sa filipino subject? true ba yun? thanks!

this is true sis.  micah was raised using purely english.  since we're here in iloilo, she needs to learn 2 dialects.  tagalog and ilonggo.  ngayon, she can fully understand this dialects but she answers back in english.  seldom lang siya gumagamit ng dialect and minsan, naghahalo pa ang tagalog and ilonggo.  but she sounds nice.  my brother thinks she sounds like somebody who has been raised in the states.

when i teach her in her filipino subject, i have to translate some in english.
now with iza, we raised her bilingual.  the yayas are free to use the dialect but we speak to her in pure english language.  she ok din.
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #9 on: July 12, 2009, 06:55:49 pm »

mga sis, question po . gusto ko sana english ang language ni baby kaso sabi ng ibang officemate ko pag nag aral na daw sya mahihirapan sya sa filipino subject? true ba yun? thanks!

this is true for my gr.2 boy. we had to transfer him sch kz yung last sch niya mostly tagalog, nahirapan sya makipagsocialize kz d niya maintindihan mga bata.. sa sch niya now. last year. grabe. hirap na hirap ako sa filipino subject. buti na lang minsan tinatranslate ng teacher niya kz puro naman english speaking sila.. kundi talga tinatranslate d niya maiintindihan. imagine i asked him what is itlog - milk daw?!?! hirap talga magturo sis. paiyakan..!!

now medyo nakakaintindi na sya but hirap pa din magsalita. sinasabi niya palague - filipino is very hard! easier pa daw cebuano :) nagbabakasyon kz sya madalas sa cebu :) niyayaya na nga kami mag move sa english speaking country para daw d na sya mahirapan hahaha

the other day lang he had filipino quiz. he knows the subject. the same topic sa english, perfect sya. but sa filipino.. d niya kz talga maintindihan. 1-10 2 lang sya :( kz daw d nagtranslate yung teacher..

haay. kaya wag din dapat pure english. dapat bilingual.

naalala q, pag nasa labas kami madalas tinatanong san sya lumaki.. natatawa ako pag sinasagot q - sa sta. ana.. hahaha.

tas sabi niya pag kinakausap namin ng filipino bebe namin. wag daw kz d n daw sila magkaintindihan magkapatid..! hehe
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #10 on: July 12, 2009, 07:29:13 pm »

for both my kids, english talaga salita. nakaka-intindi naman sila ng tagalog pero sasagot sila ng english. for us, it's better this way. kaysa magaling sila mag tagalog and hirap mag english. one subject lang naman ang filipino sa school and honestly, kahit ako na lumaking tagalog sa bahay hindi pa rin madali ang filipino subject para sa kin (hirap kaya ng mga grammar terms in filipino). my husband and i feel that when they finish school and look for work, it's a big advantage that they speak fluent english. 

nakakaintindi naman sila ng tagalog, kase yung yaya yun ang salita sa kanila.
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« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2009, 07:42:10 pm »

I still want my son to learn how to speak tagalog though Im introducing English to him kasi baka naman mahirapan sya pag nag migrate na kami, and the people around him speaks Visayan.
I just want him to still value being filipino, and cool yun pag marunong parin sya magtagalog kahit nasa US na.
My pamangkins kasi dont speak any filipino dialect sayang naman, hindi nila naappreciate being filipino.
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« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2009, 12:09:58 pm »

dami ko natutunan sa actual experiences nyo.
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Re: communicating with kids in english
« Reply #13 on: July 13, 2009, 04:56:28 pm »

ako, ill go for taglish ;) ;)
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« Reply #14 on: July 13, 2009, 05:06:20 pm »

^ but definitely not "make tusok tusok the fishball"
No offense meant, bu you know what i mean
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