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Old November 8th, 2007, 06:39 AM   #1
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Chavacano Literary Works and Linguistics

Chavacano is spoken mostly in the cities of Zamboanga and Cavite. Both of them have differences but most of them are what they say as corrupted Spanish or known as "pidgin Spanish".

In this thread, hope that we could learn more about this language.
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Old November 8th, 2007, 12:43 PM   #2
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muy bien

i think cavite nawawala na dun un chavacano pinakita un sa tv =) matagal na hehehehe
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Old November 10th, 2007, 03:27 AM   #3
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we have a debate yesterday with a motion, This House regrets the making of Chavacano as the lingua franca of Zamboanga..we are in the opossition...Yehey we won..

i would like to solicit pieces of additional info..as with this topic..
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Chavacano is spoken mostly in the cities of Zamboanga and Cavite. Both of them have differences but most of them are what they say as corrupted Spanish or known as "pidgin Spanish".

In this thread, hope that we could learn more about this language.
Berniemack,

Thanks for opening this thread. Chavacano used to be spoken more widely in more locations and not just in Zamboanga. Places like Ermita, Cotabato and Davao to name a few produced this uniquely Filipino language albeit dispersed. It became extinct due to the imposition of English and "Pilipino" or taglish to some.

Even the future of Chavacano de Zamboanga with the corruption of the language with anglicisimos and taglish may be uncertain if the onslaught of internal and external cultural imperialism by others are not stopped.

I applaud the Zambo officials who made an effort to preserve the unique character of this Filipino invention by making it lingua franca of Zamboanga. The effort's not to exclude others but to make it survive in the future because language also defines a nation. It carries the story and the identity of the people who owned it. Chavacano is therefore the life of all native Zamboanguenos.

As it is now there are some who approves the marginalization of this distinct Filipino language. Its a pity that some could not see the injustice thats being done to a language that has every right to exist in the Philippine sun.


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Old November 10th, 2007, 12:10 PM   #5
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Yup. Student number ko to and I'm a Isko, wahehe!!
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Old November 11th, 2007, 03:00 AM   #7
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Que tal man con todos de Zamboanga aqui. Conversa quita chavacano para hinde perde
el lenguage de atun. Que tal ya el ciudada de flores? Invita ya tambien yo con todos en
este hilo para visitar el Foro Filipino donde puede kita todo aprende el espanol o castellano.
Un poco facil porque el Zamboangueno es bien semejante con espanyol.

Gracias.
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Old November 11th, 2007, 07:32 PM   #8
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Que tal man con todos de Zamboanga aqui. Conversa quita chavacano para hinde perde
el lenguage de atun. Que tal ya el ciudada de flores? Invita ya tambien yo con todos en
este hilo para visitar el Foro Filipino donde puede kita todo aprende el espanol o castellano.
Un poco facil porque el Zamboangueno es bien semejante con espanyol.

Gracias.
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muy, muy claro. siempre debemos hablar nuestra idioma porque lo es nuestra cultura. yo creo que la sola manera para nosotros proteger la diversidad de chavacanos es estudiar castelano otra vez. porque chavacano de hoy ha sido compromisado con muchas influencias que muy mala hacia la integridad del cultura. bueno vamos a ver y se empieza vivir la identidad chavacano para que ellos se conocen que somos filipinos tambien. mi familia son los ultimos de los chavacanos de davao.

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Chavacano was also spoken in Ternate, Cavite, but theirs is based more on Portuguese. i'm not sure though if it is still spoken today.
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Old November 12th, 2007, 11:00 AM   #10
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Chavacano was also spoken in Ternate, Cavite, but theirs is based more on Portuguese. i'm not sure though if it is still spoken today.
i think its diminishing..kaya the only chance of Chavacano to survive relies on the city of Zamboanga..
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Old November 12th, 2007, 02:26 PM   #11
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back in college i wrote an article exploring the reasons why Chavacano is now declining in Cavite City. if it will help in the discussion here, if you've found points to explore further or disagree, here are the scanned pages of my article:

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i would just like to ask my fellow members: please do not reproduce or distribute this in any form whatsoever. I am only sharing this with the SSC forum and members but not anywhere else. thank you!
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galing ng thread na to! astig...
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Old November 14th, 2007, 11:46 AM   #13
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i heard two people speaking chavacano yesterday.. i thought they were speaking spanish bec. their accent is very close to mexican spanish.
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Bache adelante, bache adelante
Moba el cabeza, moba el cabeza
y tambien e mano, y tambien e mano
Bira Bira Bira Bira....


please correct the mistake of this song into right Chavacano. thanks!
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Old November 14th, 2007, 12:28 PM   #15
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mali!! hehehe...

patcha adelante
mobe el cabeza y tambien cadera..
buta arriba mano
bira bira
mas sakyut un poco!

hehehe
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Old November 14th, 2007, 01:29 PM   #16
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Hahaha!!! Muy Bien!

Ang comprende ko pa lang:

Dulce Tira Tira...
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wow..chavacano songs are really making names in the Philippine music industry..
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Old November 16th, 2007, 12:34 PM   #18
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i love chabacano, where can one go on the web to hear more of it being spoken?
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juz check all the websites of Zamboanga..you will hear also canciones del Zamboanga, como reflecion del cultura y amores del maga vivientes para na di ila ciudad- Zamboanga..
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canciones, por ejemplo Zamboanga Hermosa(Beautiful Zamboanga), No te Vayas de Zamboanga (Don't you go to far Zamboanga), Vamos a Zambaonga (Welcome to Zamboanga)..and many more
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