Si Biblia (SMKNT)
Bolinao (smk) Philippines Bolinao is spoken in the northern Philippines by approximately 50,000 (+) people living in the West Pangasinan Province of Luzon, in Bolinao and Adna municipalities, with 500 monolingual speakers. Many also speak Ilocano or Pangasinan. Alternate language names are Binubulinao, Bolinao Sambal, and Bolinao Zambal. Bolinao is classified as Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Philippine, Central Luzon, Sambalic. Language use among Bolinao people is shifting to Filipino. However, Bolinao is used in all domains by some ages, for administration, commerce, and religion. Written Bolinao is used for administration and personal communication, mainly by older adults. There is a protective, preserving attitude toward Bolinao. There is a high literacy rate in Ilocano and Tagalog. Bolinao is taught as a subject in primary schools and as a course in secondary schools. There are some Bible portions. The writing system uses the Latin script.
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