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Friday, June 2, 2017

Tweet Scoop: Gab Valenciano Questions Why English Proficiency Should be Equated with Proud and Snobbish Behavior

Image courtesy of Twitter: gabvalenciano

69 comments:

  1. kc baligtad utak ng pinoy.

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    1. Rhetorical question yan, alam nya ang sagot pero he's just making a point.

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    2. Or baka nagugulat lang dahil taong grasa levels ang looks tapos panay ingles?

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    3. Hay! Still can't get over the "taong grasa" ganap. Hahahahahaha!

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    4. oo na diretsuhin mo na proficient ka sa english at isa kang anghel sa kabaitan

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    5. COLONIAL MENTALITY na pinartneran pa ng CRAB MENTALITY. dalawa lamang ito sa maraming mga pangit na katangian nating mga Pinoy.

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  2. hindi naman. siguro may mga taong oa lang gaya mo Gab. exaggerated ba, nagkataon inglisero ka kaya ayun.

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    1. Hindi naman Gab. Take Chinepal Princess. English ng english nagiging walang sense tuloy. Isama mo pa ang palpak spelling, grammar, etc ng iba sa english.

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    2. 1:07 hahaha Trueee!! Pero kahit mag-Tagalog si arm-alight wala pa rin sense!

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    3. bakit nga ba yan Inglesero, sa US ba yan lumaki, I will understand kun dun sya lumaki;, but if you're Filipino citizen and you dont speak Tagalog and keep speaking in English, medyo mayabang nga, give respect to the land you're in and talk their language. medyo na gets ko na bakit di sumikat sikat eto sa Pilipinas!

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  3. Srsly gab eat some humble pie sometimes. Pasalamat ka anak ka ni gary v.

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  4. Choice of words dahling! Look at me,I sound so classy but not too arrogant.

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    1. Ang humble mo naman.

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    2. this is cute hahahha "dahling"

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    3. Hahahahaha! Tawang tawa ako dito!

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  5. Hindi ah. Mayabang ka lang talaga. Isip isip din minsan bakit halos lahat yan ang napapansin sa yo.

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    1. Hala parang hindi naman ah,mej moody lang siguro.May times kasi na masaya siya sa I can do that at may times na parang bad trip si koya

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    2. Sobrang yabang sa personal yan. Di dahil sa english. Mahangin talaga. Feeling gwapo.

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  6. Hindi english ang question dyan yun kung paano aartehan ang pag eenglish na mas malalala pa sa merkano

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  7. Because a lot of Pinoys use their English skills to sound rich or smart.

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    1. Kaya yung iba trying hard magpa-sosy at magpaka-conyo kahit pilit na pilit ang dating.

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  8. It's on how you use the language. Kahit di ka magsalita, mayabang kang talaga.

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    1. medyo mayabang nga ang aura nya kahit di nagsasalita

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  9. Nagtanong pa si taong grasa.

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  10. Maybe not speaking in English fluently per se, it could be your delivery, the manner by which you speak English, or your actions while you speak in English. :) besides, no one asked you.

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    1. Pls read this Gab

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    2. oo nga,bakit yung daddy nya na inglesero di naman mayabang ang dating at maappeal sa masa

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    3. I agree with you. It's with the delivery.

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  11. Maybang ka. Period

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    1. Ito din pls basahin mo.

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  12. Minor lang kaya iyong english duh

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    1. hala sya o! english, math, science, filipino and social sciences, yan ang major subjects oy! iba sya!

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    2. @5:49 Siguro kaya nagsasabi ni @12:32 'yan dahil sisiw lang sa kanya ang Ingles.

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  13. Sorry pero di ka gwapo para pagalitan ang ibang tao

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    1. Lol! Pangit ako pero tao din ako na
      Makaramdam ng galit. And yes, pinapagalitan kita sa pagiging vain mo. Patingin nga ng hitsura? -notgab

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  14. GV Stands for good vibes but not for this man who happens to have GV as his initials, parang may something nega about him

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  15. Hi Gab, I don't like you but I agree with you on this one? Bakit nga dito sa atin batayan ang pagsasalita ng Ingles para masabing "sosyal" "mayaman" at "may pinag aralan" ka?

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    1. Bukod pa sa pag English may certain accent with the pronunciation para distinct ang pagka alta at sossy

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    2. Agree ako na kung tama ang grammar mo pag nagsusulat ng english, eh may pinagaralan ka talaga. The rest, ewan ko kung sino ang nagpauso niyan, dahil yung accent/pronunciation mo eh hindi major determinant ng proficiency sa isang language. May mga tunog gossip girl ang accent pero walang content ang sinasabi, minsan mali pa ang grammar. Kaloka tayong mga pinoy minsan lol.

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  16. I dont like Gab, pero he has a point. Bakit nga ba? Kaya tuloy andaming pinoy na hirap/hiya mag english, kase natatakot na mabansagang "mayabang", "pacool", "social climber", "maarte", "feelingero/a".

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    1. kaya maraming artista na di marunong mag english na dinadaan sa biro pag nagsalita ng english para di mapahiya,pinangungunahan na nila ng biro

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    2. Yung iba naman kasi nagpipilit, hindi nlang mag-Tagalog. Ano bang masama kung gamitin ang sariling wika?

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    3. e ano rin naman masama kung sinasanay ang dila sa pag iingles,magagamit nila yan pag nagaabroad sila

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  17. I think it depends.If trying hard na english yun naiinis ako don pero pag english talaga na natural galing sa tao at may sense ang pinagsasabi don hanga ako haha.

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    1. Same here. Nakakainis lang talaga ung mga th. Trying hard na wala pang sense ang hanash. Arm-alight Kim, in particular.

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  18. I am so puzzled why many celebrities now can not speak simple English well. Like those guests on GGV. Considering our medium of instruction in school is basically English.

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  19. Daming alam ni Gab. Echoserong libag.

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    1. Hahaha dami ko tawa sa echoserong libag

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  20. Sus mayabang at condescending ka kasi.

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  21. it's your attitude not the language you are using. didn't help that your image is shattered due to your failed marriage

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  22. Colonial mentality kasi. Tingin sa English language ay superior language.

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    1. This. Naiirita ako kapag may nadidinig ako na "ma-english siya so baka rich siya". WTH? haha

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    2. Hindi naman superior, pero may advantage talaga ang english language vs. tagalog (magkaiba ng strengths I guess), kaya swerte tayong mga pinoy at marami sa atin ang bilingual. Mas may tendency ang English na maging direct at specific at a level na mahirap i achieve kung gagamit ka ng tagalog. Hindi lang natin napapansin, pero may epekto yun sa way ng pagiisip natin. Sabi nga nila, kung manliligaw ka o magsusulat ng love letter, tagalog ang gamitin mo. Pero kung debate, mas may advantage ka kung english ang gamit mo, dahil mas efficient at masasabi mo ang punto mo in just a few words.

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  23. Sadyang myabang ka LNG tlaga haha

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  24. there's just really something of about this family tbh. parang si gary lang ung naiba.

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    1. something of HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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  25. ikaw lang talaga ang mayabang. kahit magtagalog ka pa. equity mo na yang kayabangan, wag mo nang idamay pa ang ibang mga nag-e-english.

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  26. Because smart-shaming is a thing in the Philippines. But I'm not saying that everyone who speaks good English is smart.

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  27. Pag ang kumakausap sa yo tagalog ang salita tapos sagot mo naman english eh mayabang talaga ang dating, except for those na hirap talaga magtagalog that is understandable. Pero kung alam mo naman na ang kausap mo fluent naman magsalita ng tagalog pero in english ka pa rin sasagutin, parang he wants to show that he/she is superior than you.

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  28. Yang mga pinaggagawa mo ang basis ndi pag Eenglish. Don't rationalize your foul behavior.

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  29. Kasi tinatanong ka sa tagalog pa englih english ka jan, eh kung ikaw kaya mag tanong at sagutin ka namin ng frech baka mayabangan ka din.

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  30. Tonality matters and choice of words. Pa relevant na naman.

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  31. I used to judge the same dun sa mga laging nag-eenglish. Pero nung napunta na ako sa ibang bansa, I realized some children were brought up with English as their daily medium of communications. Kahit sa Pinas, if the parents want the child to have good English skills yan ang nangyayari. Ganun lang talaga sila magsalita kasi yun kinalakihan nila. Pag me kaclose ka na mga anak e ingglesero, you will realize it has nothing to do with being mayabang. Kaya I don't mind anymore if me mga kabataan na nag-iingles ingles.

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    1. True! It's common here in Baguio. We were trained to speak in English when we were young. Basically Ilocano, English and then Tagalog

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  32. Ang nakakainis, yung mga hindi naman nag aaral sa internation school and hindi naman alta, pero mga anak nila hindi marunong magtagalog. Filipino subject is being taught in school, so if your child/children doesnt know how to speak in tagalog nor can he/she understand it, how do they pass their Filipino subjects?!

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  33. Kung Tagalog ang tanong, Tagalog din dapat ang isasagot pwera na lang kung banyaga o ibang dayalektong Pilipino ang nakagawian. Kaya naman nakakairata ang ibang nagsasalita ng Ingles. Kaya mo nga sila nasasagot dahil nauunawan mo sila. Pwera na lang kung di ka lumaki sa isang lugar na talagang Tagalog ang ginagamit. Walang masama gumamit ng Ingles lalo na kung nag-Iingles ang kausap mo.

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