Spelling Enthusiast, Part II

Continuing my previous post regarding my fondness with words, and spelling them, I am sharing to you another list of words that is part of the word bank I consolidated for my Academic Team.

This list I am sharing to you consists of words that originated from different countries around the globe. These words give us a glimpse of the cultures they come from, and I hope they will expand your vocabulary, too.

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Spelling Enthusiast

Ever since high school, I’m just fascinated with words. Not just words but spelling them, too, and correctly. So when I became a part of the Academic Team of our department during my college days, I was so happy that spelling is one of the categories of the Quiz Bee we join annually as part of the foundation week celebration of my Alma Mater.

So today, I will share to you 10 French words and phrases you can add to your vocabulary. Who knows? Maybe this list will come in handy in the future.

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Tradition And Change In Filipino Families/Communities

I have heard people uttering that change is the only permanent thing in this world. According to Arthur Schopenhauer, “Change alone is eternal, perpetual, immortal.” Change, a six-letter word that is contextually rich. It can be a change in one’s life, in one’s clothes, or in one’s own perspective. It can also be about a transition or conversion. Alteration is also change. It can happen anytime and anywhere. It is somewhat a surprise for some and expected for others. Socially, people tend to change. Traditions, values and customs often correspond to the present trends and to what are contemporary. Our customary suffered a lot from change. Many of our traditions were changed to cope up with the advent of acculturation and enculturation of our conquerors.

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Proud To Be Pinoy

Filipinos are resilient people. We always find a way to smile during the hardest of times. We always try to spin the bad news into a good one. We always help others even though we are also in need. The best of times are yet to come for the common Filipino. So to inspire the new generation, let us look back to the Filipinos who made a difference and achieved a feat that is almost forgotten by today’s youths.

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TV: Broadcast TV Calendar

Now that the season for pitching ideas to network executives is already rolling, I want to share to those of you who are dreaming of writing and producing a network program the calendar and the process of how a broadcast network develops its programs that will be in contention to be part of its official line-up. This post is just a peek of what really happened before your favorite TV shows made it on the air.

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