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hilyfe

Asinno ti ilocano ditoy

Any ilocano in here

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fallonwm

Asinno ti ilocano ditoy

Any ilocano in here

Wen. Nagapwam?

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hilyfe

Hahahah apow adda ilocano gayam ditoy ah

Taga ano ka kabsat

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fallonwm

Hahahah apow adda ilocano gayam ditoy ah

Taga ano ka kabsat

Argao

Ilokano - nalipatak ti ado

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hilyfe

Argao? Diak ammo ayan na dayta

Nayanak nak met diay assideg windmills

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NOSOCALPINOY

Well, sort of....my wife is, but just Taglish only for me! I didn't understand a word of Ilocano you and another member wrote on here.

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hilyfe

Uh he said his from argao

And i asked him where that place is

Then i told him i was born near the windmills :)

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NOSOCALPINOY

No wonder your Ilocano is fluently good.  

http://www.ilocanopeople.com/ilocanos-in-hawaii/

Today, the Ilocanos comprise 85% of the Filipino community in Hawaii.

 

http://www.asianinfo.org/asianinfo/philippines/pro-languages.htm

Filipino (formerly Pilipino) is based on Tagalog and is the official language of the Philippines.  In spite of being the national language, only about 55 percent of Filipinos speak the language. English is generally used for educational, governmental and commercial purposes and is widely understood since it is the medium of instruction in schools.  The Philippines are the third largest group of English speaking people in the world, after the United States and the United Kingdom.  

 

 

   

 

 

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goggleye

Uh he said his from argao

And i asked him where that place is

Then i told him i was born near the windmills :)

i was at the wind mills just a couple of weeks ago  beautiful spot

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hilyfe

No wonder your Ilocano is fluently good.  

http://www.ilocanopeople.com/ilocanos-in-hawaii/

Today, the Ilocanos comprise 85% of the Filipino community in Hawaii.

 

http://www.asianinfo.org/asianinfo/philippines/pro-languages.htm

Filipino (formerly Pilipino) is based on Tagalog and is the official language of the Philippines.  In spite of being the national language, only about 55 percent of Filipinos speak the language. English is generally used for educational, governmental and commercial purposes and is widely understood since it is the medium of instruction in schools.  The Philippines are the third largest group of English speaking people in the world, after the United States and the United Kingdom.  

 

filipino is now the largest ethnic groups in hawaii

And 90% are ilocano

Hawaii is almost like a small version of ilocos norte

Where ever you go youll see a filipino

Although some might say i dont understand ilocano or say something like that heheh

Me on the other hand im an pfbi

Proud full blooded ilocano :D

i was at the wind mills just a couple of weeks ago  beautiful spot

Cool if you have seen that old bridge (heard they made a new one)

When i was young we used to jumped off that bridge and landed on the river lol

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Salty Dog

filipino is now the largest ethnic groups in hawaii

And 90% are ilocano

Hawaii is almost like a small version of ilocos norte

Where ever you go youll see a filipino

Although some might say i dont understand ilocano or say something like that heheh

Me on the other hand im an pfbi

Proud full blooded ilocano :D

 

Cool if you have seen that old bridge (heard they made a new one)

When i was young we used to jumped off that bridge and landed on the river lol

I guess whites aren't considered an ethnic group. There are still more whites in Hawaii than Filipinos.

 

Filipinos are the largest Asian population.

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hilyfe

I guess whites aren't considered an ethnic group. There are still more whites in Hawaii than Filipinos.

Filipinos are the largest Asian population.

 

Hawaii – an Ethnically Mixed Plate :D

 

Hawaii is one of the most racially diverse places in the world as there is no majority – everyone is in a minority. In the 2010 Census, 23.6% of Hawaii residents claimed multi-ethnic backgrounds (two or more races), far more than any other state in the USA (the second highest is Alaska with 7.3%). You will find a “mixed plate” of ethnic groups in Hawaii; 38.6% of Hawaii's population is Asian, 24.7% is White, 10% is Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islanders, 8.9% is Hispanic, 1.6% is Black or Blacks, 0.3% is American Indian and Alaska Native, and 23.6% of all Hawaii residents are of multi-ethnic background (two or more races).

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NOSOCALPINOY

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hilyfe

 

One of my favorite

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hilyfe

 

Daytoy bagay kanya dagitay ubbing ti baket na :rofl:

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