Child Bilingualism: A Bilingual Child’s Lexical and Phonological Features

Introduction Multilingualism is not a unique phenomenon in a multilingual nation such as the Philippines. In fact, this archipelagic tropical country speaks more than 170 languages and dialects (Yap, 2008). Usually, a Filipino’s first language is his/her native language. They often use this language in mundane events and in everyday communication. More often than not, […]

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Random Rants and Sighs

I’m really troubled right now. You that kind of feeling that you are aware that you are being a couch potato but you’re freaking not doing anything about it? Ugh. I feel helpless. I feel like a rock. Or yeah, a couch potato.   And because of this, things have piled up – thesis paper, […]

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