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I used to think that the only language we have here in the Philippines is Filipino.

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This spread could have also contributed new words and concepts to the existing languages.

Specially the Spanish Language, the Mother Tongue of JosΓ© Rizal and the language originally used in our National Hymn, i.

Manila was made capital of the new colony both because of fears of raids from the Portuguese and the Dutch, and because of its strategic location.

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At this time, Congress decided that a new national language, called Filipino, should be developed.
Ito ay ang katutubong wika, pasalita at pasulat, sa Metro Manila, ang Pambansang Punong Rehiyon, at sa iba pang sentrong urban sa arkipelago, na ginagamit bilang.

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