How did the Filipino language start?

What is the first language here in the Philippines?

Tagalog and Cebuano are the most commonly spoken native languages, together comprising about half of the population of the Philippines.

Languages of the Philippines
Official Filipino, English
National Filipino

Is Tagalog a mother tongue?

It is a member of the Austronesian language phylum. Tagalog is the mother tongue for nearly 25 percent of the population and is spoken as a first or second language by more than half of all Filipinos.

Is Tagalog influenced by Spanish?

Over the course of its development, Tagalog (and other languages of the Philippines) have been influenced by Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, English, and many other languages, in trade and in occupations by various countries.

How did English become the official language of the Philippines?

English was introduced into the Philippines during the US colonial occupation and civil regime in the early 1900s and has now become the second official language. In fact, Tagalog and English compete in the various domains of Filipino society such as business, government, broadcast media, publications, and education.

What is Philippine English How did Philippine English evolve?

The Philippine English has evolved from the native speakers of the language who served as models in schools and other social organizations during colonization. Dialects that characterize Filipino cultures remained asa dominant influencing factor in dealing with linguistic mechanics.

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What is the first language in the world?

As far as the world knew, Sanskrit stood as the first spoken language because it dated as back as 5000 BC. New information indicates that although Sanskrit is among the oldest spoken languages, Tamil dates back further. Tamil dates as far back as 350 BC—works like the ‘Tholkappiyam,’ an ancient poem, stand as evidence.