Attitude Towards Philippine English: A Case of Al-kwarizmi International School English Teachers

  • Roselain Dimangadap-Malang
  • Alyanah Goling Pantao

Abstract

This study investigated the attitudes of the English teachers of Al-kwarizmi International School on Philippine English using a survey questionnaire. Findings reveal that the English teachers have positive attitude towards the Philippine English as a variety of the Standard English. They Agree on the positive statements and Strongly Disagree on the negative statements about the Philippine English. In the lexical items and phrasal construction (Filipinisms), the English teacher- respondents accepted most coined words which have been used and adapted in the Philippines, but did not accept non-standardisms and idioms/ungrammatical constructions, and were neutral in other items.

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Published
2021-12-31
How to Cite
DIMANGADAP-MALANG, Roselain; GOLING PANTAO, Alyanah. Attitude Towards Philippine English: A Case of Al-kwarizmi International School English Teachers. Asian Journal of Research in Education and Social Sciences, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 4, p. 57-72, dec. 2021. Available at: <https://myjms.mohe.gov.my/index.php/ajress/article/view/16641>. Date accessed: 28 may 2022.
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