Zamboangue

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Zamboangueño
... the Spanish, they found their new culture and called their new tribe, Zamboangueño ... thus, a pidgin begun and eventually, the Zamboangueño Chavacano developed into a full-pledge creole language to become the lingua franca and official language of the city of Zamboanga ... consider to be the birthplace of the Zamboangueño Chavacano Language and as a new tribe, as a new people with distinct culture called, Zamboangueño ...
Chavacano Language - Grammar - Verbs - Passive and Active Voice
... To form the Zamboangueño Chavacano active voice, Zamboangueños follow the pattern Traditionally, Zamboangueño does not have a passive construction of its own ...
Spanish Pronouns - Regional Variations - Creoles
... vo is used alongside tu as a singular second-person pronoun in Zamboangueño, Caviteño, and Ternateño ... In Zamboangueño, evos is also used ... For the plural, Zamboangueño has vosotros while Caviteño has vusos ...
Basilan
... ng Basilan in Filipino/Tagalog Provincia de Basilan in Spanish/Zamboangueño Chavacano) is an island province of the Philippines within the Autonomous ... ethnic groups, the indigenous Yakans, and the later-arriving Tausugs and Zamboangueño ... Yakans and Tausugs are predominantly Muslim, while the Zamboangueño are mainly Christian ...
Chavacano Language - Grammar - Verbs
... In Zamboangueño, Chavacano verbs are mostly Spanish in origin ... In contrast with the other dialects, there is rarely a Zamboangueño verb that is based on or has its origin from other Philippine languages ... Generally, the simple form of the Zamboangueño verb is based upon the infinitive of the Spanish verb, minus the final /r/ ...