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Monday, September 5, 2016

Tweet Scoop: Sandro Marcos Gets Flak from Netizens, Apologizes for Misunderstanding






Images courtesy of Twitter: sandromarcos7

121 comments:

  1. Typo....tao lang yan, syempre nagkakamali din. Malay nyo sabay nood ng news sa TV sabay tweet.

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    1. Hindi yan typo talagang hindi nya alam ang appropriate word. Nagkamali lang sya for sure pero sana tinagalog na lang kung hindi rin sure sa english.

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    2. Mga netizens ngayon kung ano kinabagal ng internet nila ayun din kinabagal ng COMMON SENSE nila. Ano bes sa edsa nyo ba pinadaan?! Kaya pala.

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    3. Ang oOA naman ng mga yan. Smh

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    4. 1:28 It only shows how bad the education here in Pinas. Dati kahit galing public school ang gagaling ng mga estudyante pero ngayon kahit nasa private na waley! Ang hihina ng kokote.

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    5. It's not typo. It's wrong choice of word. Gets mo?

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    6. Not typo. Typo means wrong spelling. He used the wrong word.

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    7. Hindi naman typo yan. Grabe mga utaw kung makapuna. Masyadong makitid ang knowledge sa English. Palibhasa nasanay na sa mga slang words at di na alam na ang isang English word ay maraming definitions.

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    8. Akala ko ba nag-aaral ang hitad na yan sa London?! Simpleng English, di niya maitama? What a waste of taxpayers' money... oo, yung kinurakot ng lolo nya!

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    9. Baka naman nadulas lang talaga

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    10. OO na anon 9:32, ikaw na! perpekto ka na! hindi ka nagkamali kahit kailan man.

      i hate people like you na akala mo kung sino. bokya din naman.

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  2. Ilang beses na nag-sorry, talagang bash lang. Ano ba ipinaglalaban nyo???

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    1. ang OA naman mga yan.feeling dalubhasa sa ingles.

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  3. Taken out of context! Geez mga tao nga naman dali lang mang bash

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    1. And netizens had the time to make a big deal out of that statement pa ha

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    2. pwedeng tingnan nalang yung intention, naku mga perpekto

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    3. And I don't see anything wrong if pinagdadasal nga nya ang perpetrators. Ipagdasal din naten ang mga taong katuad nila na magbagong buhay na sila at tigilan ang mga ganitong gawain. May God forgive them.

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  4. It's OK Sandro!
    #nobodysperfect :)

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  5. Yung mga basher talaga. Nag sorry na nga. Paulit ulit pa din? Di ko kayo gets!

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  6. jusko understood naman yun eh. involved=nadamay kaloka.. icorrect pa talaga?? seriously??

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    1. Hahaha... parang di mo naintindihan ah... read the whole statement at di yang isang word lang. Pero grabe ha same wavelength kayo nyan ni Sandro... hahaha

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    2. True. Di kasi basahin yung message ng tweet. Ang linaw na para sa victims yun. I don't see anything wrong with the word involved. Ang gagaling sa English nung bashers hindi man lang inintindi yung context.

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    3. 12:48, you're a classic case of narrow-minded, or worse, close-minded. in british english, involved is more common to use than victim. you're just showing that you're only up to filipino english! too limited! and allow me to say this, you're a perfect example of the saying, "small knowledge (in english language) is
      dangerous!"

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    4. 1248. ako binasa ko kaya naintindihan ko. eh ikaw? jusko. aral muna bago chismis.

      di naman tanga si sandro para makiramay sa nagpasabog.

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    5. The right word should have been victims, not involved. Involved includes the criminals as well.

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    6. Nasa pilipinas tayo wala naman sa UK. So much better kung gamitin nya ung international version na english. Ung mas maiintindihan ng maraming pinoy. To those involved dito sa pilipinas ang ibig sabihin yung may kinalaman. Sige tanggol pa kayo more

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    7. Katakot. Common sense naman kasi kung minsan. Wala naman mali sa word na involved. Fil english kasi kailangan talaga word per word.

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    8. 1:47, kahit sa british english involved=yung perpetrators.

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    9. 6:05 sa UK sya nag-aral. Hindi naman kaagad-agad maadapt nya yung US (Pinoy(?) English natin.

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  7. not a huge fan of his family pero ung nag sorry na ng nag sorry. mega bash pa din ginawa nilang sirang plaka ung tao. myghad daming pa self righteous. the kid meant well. stop egging him already serioousy.

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  8. Give this guy a break. Alam naman natin ang ibig sabihin niya pero pinililit ng iba na gawan ng issue.

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  9. Lack of common sense from intellectually challenged people. Poor Sandro.

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  10. Tagalugin nalang kasi eh. Syempre sensitive ang mga tao at times like these.

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    1. Basa basa din kasi ng libro. Puro tabloid kasi hilig nyo kaya di nyo gets ibang meaning ng involve

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  11. He apologized but his statement was correct. The kid was educated in UK, and in UK English - you can check Cambridge and Meriam-Webster dictionaries - "involved" also means "affected by"... To simplify, rather than saying "elevator" he said "lift"... The comments are classic examples of think before you click!

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    1. you're too noisy 12:39.

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    2. 12:39 Most pinoys here are ignorant.

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    3. f0r sure mga haters lang talaga ng Marcoses ang mga nagcomment... dats y!

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    4. You are dead wrong. All involved also includes the perpetrators. Victims - this is the right word that he should have used. Stop your crazy defense. You make no sense.

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    5. Yes he is correct. Di ko gets ang utak ng mga basher na to. Haha

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  12. Mega OA ang mga tao ngayon... wtf...

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    1. No it's not OA. Marcos said it wrong. He even corrected himself when it was pointed to him.

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    2. Baka sinabi lang nyang sorry para matigil na ang mga bash. But it will never stop.

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  13. Oxford schooled pa yan ha. What a total waste of taxpayers money. Ienroll to sa Matute Institute of kemelatik!!!!

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    1. there's nothing wrong with his statement. in british english, involved is more common to use than victim. if something was wrong, it's your limited english and comprehension!

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    2. Bago ka humanash, sa oxford english, involve are also meant affected by

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    3. Wow nahiya naman si sandro sa napaka intelectual na taong katulad mo 12:44. Problema sa iba dito, masyadong mapagmataas..

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    4. Kahit amerikano nagkakamali ng grammar fyi eh sariling wika na nila ang english. Im sure di ka pa nakaalis ng pinas o nakapag travel buong buhay mo kaya mema ka lang dyan.

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    5. Hahahaha....you are right. Some people here are defending wrong grammar. Unbelievable.

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    6. Omg! Hanash ng hanash. Ano address mo at ng padalhan kita ng ilang volume ng dictionary. Mag google naman bakit di mo i try mag research muna. I cant find anything wrong with the tweet.

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    7. Nope. Not Oxford. City University of London.

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  14. Lahat na Lang dinadissect para maka bash Lang. Kahit nag sorry na at nag explain tuloy tuloy pa rin pag bash. Sino ngayon ang may dieprensya?

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    1. Palengkera na asal ng mga pinoy ngayon

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    2. Because Marcos said it wrong. That is the whole point. Even he corrected it afterwards.

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    3. un na nga eh 4:47 pero nagsorry naman xa diba? paulit ulit na nga ung sorry nia. anung gusto nio isa isa xang magsorry sa inyo.

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    4. 4:47AM So meaning walang kapatawaran na ang paggamit ng involved instead of victims? Marcos hater lang yung mga OA na bashers na yan.

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  15. Nakakatawa yung mga nagkocomment na ang gagaling mangbash nung mga pumuna dito k Sandro. Eh kayo mga di kayo nangbabash ba ng iba?

    May point naman talaga yung mga pumuna sa kanya eh. He prayed for involved dba? Sabagay dun sa pag fill up nga lang ng ballot during elections nagkamali din sya sa pagshade ng president eh sa pagbibigay pa kaya nya ng comment nya di magkakamali?

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    1. British-english iba talaga term nila..nakakatawa pala na ganyan na kababaw mga pinoy. Pity you.tsk

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    2. Your english vocab is limited.

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    3. Isa ka ding shunga-ers. Fill out teh. Fill up ka jan. Limited ng utak mo

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    4. 12:47 oh my ang galing mo pumuna ng english ng iba eh ikaw anong pinag sasasabi mong fill up?? FILL OUT ang tama. My gosh! Saang mababang paaralan ka ba nag aral? Simpleng simple di mo alam ang tama.

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  16. I may hate the Marcoses pero ang ganitong napakaliit na bagay ay di na dapat pinapansin.

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    1. You are wrong. Marcos said it wrong so somebody corrected him. What is rpwrong with that?

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    2. 4:46 If some people want to correct, that's their choice. But it really is a nonissue. To each his own. Hindi na rin dapat pagatalunan :-)

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  17. Lahat napupuna bago ang sarili!

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  18. A real gentleman's response. Hindi tulad ng ibang artistang may edad na pero asal bata pa sa social media.

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  19. MORE CLEAR? ouch!
    -GandaraPark

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    1. What's wrong with that? Lol

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  20. "to the victims" na lang sana. Why use the word "involved".

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    1. British-english.

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    2. That's his choice of word. And he is correct.

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  21. geez give him a break guys. this is not the time to be nitpicking on other people.

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  22. This has been taken out of context. I think he meant the victims but it got lost in transpation.

    Sandro, seems you still need practice in using the english language. Just post in tagalog if you are unsure of the correct grammar. Controversy can be avoided at magmumukha ka pang makabayan

    On a side note, nakikiramay ako sa lahat ng biktima ng terrorismo. Walang lugar ang terrorismo sa ating pamayanan. Hindi man tayo parehas ng opinyon sa politika, naway magkaisa parin tayong mga pilipino laban sa mga terroristang walang kabuluhang pumapatay sa ating mga kababayan.

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    1. 1:35 Wow ikaw na perfect! Kahit boss kong kano hindi perfect ang grammar. Mga pinoy na gaya mong feeling magaling ay katawa tawa sa totoo lang.

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    2. tama naman si sandro. malisyos lang kayo jusko. seryoso marami bang di nakakaintindi ng ng word "involved"? jusko di sapat ang k-12

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    3. Ngek.tumira ka sa u.k then you'll know.hirap sa pinoy mga feeling perfect.

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    4. Wow ha. Pwede naman kasi gamitin yung word na involved. Lawakan kasi utak

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    5. Nitpicking aside, it is what it is. We can all try to defend him but it's obviously poor choice of words. Di lang kaya maging objective both sides of the fence. Sensitive ang marcos supporters, admittedly, nitpickers rin naman karamihan sa anti. Pero yung totoo talaga, poor choice of words lang naman talaga

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    6. di ako makamarcos.. maka aquino o maka duterte... pero jusko tama naman yung bata. magcocorrect kayo tama naman sya. buti nga nagsorry na lang.. eh kung mayabang yan. sopla kayong lahat..

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  23. Not a Marcos apologist ha pero napaka-petty ng issue na 'to kasi alam mo naman na he means well. Kahit naman yung meaning ng "involved" includes the perpetrator, there's absolutely nothing wrong with what he said because you can still pray for those who have the done something cruel and malicious. Ano??? meron prayer police who decides who you have to pray for?? Jusko! lawakan ang pag-iisip.

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  24. talagang bash talaga ang ginawa...nagkamali, tinama, bash parin ang inabot...i dont like marcoses, wasting our energy what he tweeted is really not good..bakit hindi natin i bash or icondemn lalo ang mga gumawa or mga terrorist as my say... kesa s natweet nito...cus this act of terrorist..

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  25. minsan talaga ang mga netizens, napakaSTUPID.

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  26. Sa Pinas nga naman may mkitang konting malaki malaki issue na kagad. Ang peperpekto. Kaya hnd ako nagsisisi umalis ng bansa dahil sa mga ibang ugaling pinoy n mapanghusga. Atleast dto sa ibang bansa wala pakialam kung mamali k man sa grammar hnd big deal

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  27. Baka kung ano katalino ng lolo siyang so and so lang ng apo so hirap sa composition.

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  28. Sandro is using British English terms in his tweets. The kid after all is schooled in UK. Rather than getting hung up with what is perceived as incorrect use of some words, it doesn't hurt to reach for the dictionary to confirm if the usage is right or wrong.

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  29. Hahaha...shallow mind kasi.

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  30. I understand clearly what he meant.pinalaki lang para bash.don't mind them Sandro...

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  31. Mataas lang expectation sa kanya...clearly he wasn't able too express his thoughts correctly kaya napag sabihan...

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    1. Ikaw rin. to express. Pakiayos po.

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    2. 5:05 TO express hindi too express. Isa ka pang nag mamagaling patawa ka.

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  32. Sandro..stop apologizing.everyone knows what you meant.. Pinalaki lang ng mga yan kasi gusto ka nila I bash talaga..don't mind them nalang..

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  33. Tama naman si sandro. Ang shunga lang ng mga basher my gawd

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  34. Ahhh grabe, OOHHHHVVHHEERRR kung mka.disect ng words ang mga netizens!!!

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  35. Ang pe-perfectionist. Mga hindi masyadong busy lahat pinupuna!

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  36. Kakahiya yun feeling ingliserang basher nasoplak ng dictionary. Yikes mga ateh

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  37. Kahit hindi ko like itong batang ito at kanyang pamilya, na gets ko naman sng ibig sabihihn nya. Ba't ang hina ng comprehension ng iba?

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  38. isa lang napansin ko mga nagcocommentsa tweet mga teenage girls na gusto mapansin at mga paminta

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  39. OA nmn ng mga netizens. Involve means lahat ng involve! Even the perpetrators! Letanpray for them narin na magbagong buhay na!

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  40. He attended Oxford Brookes, not Oxford University.

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  41. yung mga mahihilig mamuna yun yung mga taong kala alam lahat,matalino sa lahat ng bagay,indi nagkakamali PERO ANG TOTOO NUMERO UNO NAMANG MGA PATAY GUTOM(CAPSLOCK YAN PARA INTENSE)magbanat kayo ng buto para may pakinabang naman kayo.

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  42. Mga tao mema lang. It's too clear what he means. Lawakan ang pag-iisip mga bes. Yun ang tunay na malino, malawak mag-isip hindi yung dapat lagi politically correct.

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  43. na mercury retrograde lang si Sandro Marcos

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    1. Tama naman tweet ni sandro. Gawain nila. Bagay sabihin ng katulad nya.

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  44. Daming Pilipino mga grammar nazi. Edi kayo na may PhD sa English! 😒 Galing nyo e.

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  45. Kung maka interpret ng simple tweet, wagas! Grabe.

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  46. Jusmiyo! ang huhusay sa ingles. Laki sa UK yung bata and tama lang naman ang sinabi nya. itanong nyo sa mga kakilala nyo sa BPO na UK ang account. maka-bash lang!

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  47. Hirap sa pinas masyado american system ang language if lumabas kayo ng pinas most of the countries are using british english kahit sa middle east po.

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    1. Weh, Hindi British English yan! Mali siyang mag ingles!

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  48. pwede pa niya burahin na lang message niya. baka diyan pa magsimula ang bagong EDSA revolution noh.

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  49. sinadya ba ito para mapansin at mapuna or talgang careless lang, pansin ko kasi dami nya bloopers sa social media na pinagusapan eh.

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  50. Nag aral
    Ba sya? Medyo basic yan ha. Tapos di nya nakita his mistake? Sorry but I would think he his family (thanks to hardworking taxpayers from 1965 to today)can add it to send him to top shelf schools. So no-
    Excuses like typo, Tao Lang etc won't fly with me

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  51. Malinaw naman sinabi nya. Sa lahat ng nasasangkot. Lahat.

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  52. it's a freudian slip haha cue music : i see your true colors shining thruuuu

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  53. At least nag-sorry sya. Oh stop na bashers! Naku! #PrayforDavao nalang!

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  54. Pinag aaral pa naman ng pera natin sa abroad, mahina pa rin sa ingles

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