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Posted by / 10-Apr-2019 18:59

Pilipino, which is largely-based on Tagalog, is the national language. The medium of instruction in most school is English.

Media is mostly in Tagalog and English so it is not surprising that most Filipinos can speak English.

Pacquiao, now a senator and a close ally of the President, also said Mr Duterte was anointed by God to discipline the Philippine people and his authority must be respected."The President, he doesn't know my experience with drugs," Pacquiao said, adding he was confident it would not damage their close relationship."He always gives a chance to people who want to be changed.

Pacquiao, now 37, said this phase lasted for years "before I became a champion".

It is easy for Filipinos to strike a conversation with any one even if they tend to be shy.

Filipinos have close family ties and always love to talk about their extended family, especially about their children.

Mr Duterte, who took office on June 30, has made the war on drugs the central part of his presidency, saying narcotics are destroying the nation of 100 million people.

So do not be offended if women do not accept your handshake.It’s quite common to be offered a drink (non-alcoholic) or snack right away.Food and drink is intrinsic to Filipino hospitality and at times you may find you are offered more than you are able to eat but accepting what is offered is recommended.A respectful way of addressing an elder (someone older or one with a high and respected position in society) is to say “po” (formal) or “ho” (informal) at the end of the sentence.Parents and other elders are never addressed on a first name basis.

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Since Filipinos do not mind talking about personal aspects of their life, do not be surprised to be asked very personal questions such as your marital status and your age.

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