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Deskripsyon ng Wikang Filipino, ayon sa KWF (1992)

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Resolusyon Blg. 92-1

NAGLALAHAD NG BATAYANG DESKRIPSYON NG FILIPINO

IPINAPASYA, GAYA NG GINAGAWANG PAGPAPASYA NGAYON, na sa layuning maisakatuparan ng Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino ang mga tungkulin nito, ang batayang deskripsyon ng Filipino ay ganito:

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 wika ng komunikasyon ng mga etnikong grupo. Katulad ng alinmang wikang buhay, ang Filipino ay dumaraan sa proseso ng paglinang sa pamamagitan ng mga panghihiram sa mga wika ng Pilipinas at mga di-katutubong wika at sa ebolusyon ng iba’t ibang baryedad ng wika para sa iba-ibang sitwasyong sosyal, sa mga nagsasalita nito na may iba’t ibang sanligang sosyal, at para sa mga paksa ng talakayan at matalisik na pagpapahayag.

Pinagtibay ngayon ika-13 araw ng Mayo, 1992.

(Lgd.)PONCIANO B.P. PINEDA
Tagapangulong Komisyoner

(Lgd.)ERNESTO H. CUBAR
Komisyoner

(Lgd.)NITA P. BUENAOBRA
Komisyoner

(Lgd.)ANDREW B. GONZALEZ
Komisyoner

(Lgd.)FLORENTINO H. HORNEDO
Komisyoner

(Lgd.)ANGELA P. SARILE
Komisyoner

(Lgd.)BONIFACIO P. SIBAYAN
Komisyoner

Hinugot mula sa http://wika.pbworks.com/w/page/8021710/Resolusyon%20Blg%2092-1, ngayong Septyembre 22, 2011

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Written by Resty Cena

September 22, 2011 at 3:49 am

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  1. Question:
    Is the sentence, “Si Resty ay mabait.” a Tagalog sentence or a Filipino sentence?

    voltaire oyzon

    September 22, 2011 at 7:14 am

    • It is an acceptable sentence in both Tagalog and in Metro-Manila Tagalog, so-called Filipino.

      Resty Cena

      September 22, 2011 at 2:24 pm

      • Mr. Cena: You mean, Tagalog and so called “Filipino” are two different languages?

        voltaire oyzon

        September 23, 2011 at 1:19 am

      • No, they are one and the same language, unless we can devise a test that is better than the “mutual intelligibility” test that would prove otherwise.

        What do you think?

        Resty Cena

        September 23, 2011 at 1:51 am

  2. Hindi ba naiintindihan ang pangungusap na “Si Resty ay mabait” nga mga taga-Metro Manila?

    In the Southern Katagalogan, hindi ba ito nila naiintindihan?

    If the answer to these questions is “kapwa nila naiintindihan”. So ano ang pagkakaiba ng Filipino at Tagalog?

    voltaire oyzon

    September 22, 2011 at 7:23 am

  3. Maiintindihan ang pangungusap na “Si Resty ay mabait” ng mga tagapagsalita sa Metro Manila at sa South Tagalog.

    Kung mayroon mang pagkakaiba ang Filipino sa Tagalog, hindi maisasama ang paggamit o hindi ng “ay” dahil sa ang kayariang “ay” ay katangian kapwa ng Tagalog at Filipino.

    Resty Cena

    September 22, 2011 at 2:36 pm

  4. Then, let’s call it Tagalog and not Filipino. And stop fooling us, non-Tagalogs.

    voltaire oyzon

    September 23, 2011 at 2:39 am

    • I said they are one and the same language. The name, and under what context it is used and by whom and for what purpose, is a different matter all together. The issues are clear. They need not be confused.

      Resty Cena

      September 23, 2011 at 4:00 am

  5. You have a Ph.D. in linguistics, you know better than me. What other tests are you talking about?

    Ah, if the test does not favour your position and favours us, non-Tagalogs, it is not good .

    That ‘s nice.

    voltaire oyzon

    September 23, 2011 at 2:44 am

  6. I don’t know of any other test that has been devised that is as simple.

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    My position is that Tagalog and Filipino are linguistically one and the same language. You seem to be arguing against this point of view. What is your position?

    Resty Cena

    September 23, 2011 at 4:36 am

  7. Dr Isagani R Cruz has an article on the differences between Filipino and Tagalog. You may be interested in commenting on his article. It simply is overflowing with delicious chunks of discussable ideas. The first part of the article is here: http://balangkas.wordpress.com/2011/09/07/isagani-r-cruz-ano-ang-pagkaiba-ng-filipino-sa-tagalog/; follow the link for the rest of the article.

    Resty Cena

    September 23, 2011 at 5:09 am

  8. My point is that, if these two are the same, why do you have to insist that Tagalog is a regional language and Filipino is the national language?

    voltaire oyzon

    September 23, 2011 at 7:46 am

    • Good point (and I understand that ‘you’ does not refer to me personally). That, however, is a political and legal issue. If one sees it as a problem — and many do — the path to a resolution leads to Congress, or the Courts.

      Resty Cena

      September 23, 2011 at 7:16 pm


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