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The Ilocano language has either five or six vowels, depending on what dialect you choose to speak.
The language is generally divided into the Amianan (Northern) and Abagatan (Southern) Dialects.
Subject attended university in Manila and spent most of her life in Tagalog-speaking areas.
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Although it has no official status in the country, those who use it often call it the National Language of the North.
But, because transportation was not very easy at that time, until the, the fall of Bataan when, when traveling was much easier. on the way to the province every, every town wherein a garrison of the Japanese, um, uh, Japanese army are … The soldiers have to suspect all the things inside the truck and inspect us for arms, but then with the help of God we arrived in Vigan. [English translation: They say that Ilocanos are [wealthy but] stingy. It is one of the few Hispanic towns left in the Philippines and is considered a World Heritage Site.
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Belonging to the Austronesian family of languages, it is related to all the other languages in the Philippines like the larger Tagalog and Cebuano.
It is also distantly related to Malagasy, Malay, Tetum, Hawaiian and other Polynesian languages. Meaning, it employs a number of affixes to signify changes in meaning.
However, the subject, having lived only in exclusively Tagalog-speaking areas for the latter part of her life, often finds it difficult to express herself in Ilocano unless spoken to in that language.