What are the 111 dialects spoken in the Philippines?
Some of the 111 dialects spoken in the Philippines are Cebuano, Ilonggo, Hiligaynon, and Pampango. You can find a complete list of the dialects at your local library.,
Filipino, a language based on Tagalog, is the official language of the Philippines. Yes, Filipinos speak in various languages and dialects. Since many Filipinos are of mixed ancestry, they can switch from one language to another. Many Filipinos are multilingual. English is used a lot especially in the city. In the regions, different dialects are spoken. Filipino (official; based on Tagalog) and English (official); eight major dialects - Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocano, Hiligaynon or Ilonggo, Bicol…
It is wrong to assume that only certain dialects of English are "good" and other dialects are "bad." The English spoken in Ghana is good for Ghana. The English spoken in Canada is good for Canada. The English spoken in Jamaica is good for Jamaica. English has many dialects, just as many other languages have. Some are closer to the international standard than others are, but all of them are good.
Middle English was a collection of dialects spoken in England from about 1150 to 1500. Here is a sample of 14th Century Middle English: Man com & se how schal alle ded li: wen yolk comes bad & bare moth have ben ve awaẏ fare: All ẏs wermēs yt ve for care:— bot yt ve do for god ẏs luf ve haue nothyng yare: yis graue lẏs John ye smẏth god yif his soule hewn…
The Philippines has hundreds of dialects spoken depending on the place where the person lives. Filipino is the national language in the Philippines. It is important that Filipinos learn this language for better understanding of one another. It is learned that Filipino language is an effective tool not only for the advancement of the society but for resolving conflicts all over the land.
The main native language in the Netherlands is Dutch. There are many different dialects spoken across the country, of which Frisian and various Limburgs/Limburgian dialects. English is spoken by 87% of the population (src.: http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_English-speaking_population)