buenas tardes,,,,

Grascias para su comento...(is this right) hehehe,,, i think it's not right,,Emotion: smile

Si, yo soy de philippines.. (another mistake??),,

Pardon me with my spanish,, i am learning spanish not that much yet..

Hasta la otra...

jade
Check your mistakes Emotion: smile
jade_19buenas tardes...

Gracias por tu comentario...(is this right) hehehe,,, i think it's not right,,Emotion: smile

Si, yo soy de Filipinas.. (another mistake??),,

Pardon me with my spanish,, i am learning spanish not that much yet..

Hasta la próxima...

jade
¿es mucha o poca la gente que habla español en Filipinas?
hey sanz..buenas dias...

Gracias sanz,,,

don't speak lot of spanish por favor.. i can't understand you,,heheheh

lo siento mi amigo..

jade
you mean sanz if lot or only a little people that speaks spanish here??

one particular place in mindanao part of philippines speaks tsubakano( this is alike in spanish language) because lot of spanish people is living there when we are being colonies by spanish..

and in some cases, spanish words are used in our country as our own dialect,, like ayaw og adto sa cocina (this means, don't go to the kitchen) and our shoes here is sapatos, table is lamesa, stree is calye,, and many more basic spanish words,, the reason why we have that words is our history of colonization from other country, spain is one of them...

so long..

jade
You got it Jade! are you learning Spanish at school?
In the past, Spanish was a mandatory subject for everyone taking college in the Philippines. And the primary language of instruction was English. President Corazon Aquino changed that, and required the language of instruction to be Pilipino (which was mostly based from the Tagalog dialect). That resulted in an entire generation losing out on important language skills. I'm lucky that my school didn't follow that rule. But they didn't offer Spanish in my course.

Hablo un poco español y alemán. Gusto hablar español. Es una lengua bonita.

¿Es me gramática adecuada?
jon_abacaIn the past, Spanish was a mandatory subject for everyone taking college in the Philippines. And the primary language of instruction was English. President Corazon Aquino changed that, and required the language of instruction to be Pilipino (which was mostly based from the Tagalog dialect). That resulted in an entire generation losing out on important language skills. I'm lucky that my school didn't follow that rule. But they didn't offer Spanish in my course.

Hablo un poco de español y alemán. Gusto de hablar español. Es una lengua bonita.

¿Es mi gramática adecuada?
Hi! only 3 mistakes!
hello good morning,,,

Gracias sanz... i studied the language by my own,, i am preparing for my spanish subject this june in the first semester,,,i am a nursing student at southwestern university cebu, philippines and i'm on my third year level.. we have spanish subject that's why i studied the language in advance..

i can understand spanish a bit, but i can't use the language correctly though i can use the basic opne.,, i need to practice and study more...

Gracias..

jade