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Title: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Ligalig-Mike on June 14, 2008, 09:05:14 PM
Written By Jes Tirol
Columnist
The Bohol Chronicle


Proem

The anthropologist Benjamin Lee Whorf was among the first to ask the questions: "To what extent is our thinking influenced by the language we use?" "Can communities as a whole have abilities?" According to many linguists, the answer is YES!

Language has symbolism, pattern and system. These characteristics of a language influence the thinking pattern of the brain. If a community has the same thinking pattern, it follows that a common ability will soon develop.

Thinking Pattern

In the province of Bohol, the town of Dauis and to a certain extent the town of Panglao, speaks an abbreviated form of the Sugboanon Bisaya. We are told that mathematics is the shorthand language of science and philosophy.

Therefore the thinking pattern developed by the manner of speaking in Dauis and Panglao is very suited for mathematics. This is the reason why you can find many Dauisanons or people from Dauis who are topnotch in the trade, vocation, or profession that involves mathematics. You can find them in engineering, accountancy, architecture, arts, carpentry, and even in gambling.

In a community like Dauis and Panglao, many of those who do not opt for mathematics related professions tend to be mavericks and non-conformists. According to Dr. Jane Healy, "they tend to make their own definitions and picture." (J.Healy, "Endangered Minds." p. 87).

Dauis-Speak

In Bohol, there are differences in intonations but basically the Sugboanon grammar is the same. However, in the town of Dauis and to some extent those of Panglao, Bohol, have a definite variation in their Sugboanon. We can call it "Dauis-Speak."

The Dauis-Speak does not use articles and connectives. It uses only the comment and topic words. For example, a Dauisanon can perfectly understand the following; "Adto ka Dauis? Sakay jeep ka Aryong." The standard Sugboanon is, "Moadto ka sa Dauis? Sakay og jeep ug adto hunong tungod sa balay ni Aryong." = You want to go to Dauis? Ride a jeep and stop at the house of Aryong."

Sometimes the pattern is carried when speaking English. Question: "What color bird?"

Answer: "Color bird green." However, their schooling forced them to speak the correct English grammar. So a Dauisanon has an advantage; they know the set pattern of their peculiar Sugboanon Bisaya and the continuity pattern of English.

An Analysis

As an engineer, this writer (Jes B. Tirol) has studied mathematics "to the highest level."

I have also studied the Sugboanon language for past 23 years. I have noticed that the language pattern in Dauis, Bohol is practically similar to a mathematical equation.

Notice the similarity in set pattern of "What color bird" with "Two plus four" and the answer, "Color bird green" with "equals six."

It is not surprising therefore to find good engineers, accountants, carpenters, jewelers, etc. in Dauis. These professions are suited to their thinking pattern as developed by their language.

Felipe Penales, who is honored by a street name in Dauis, was the first Filipino Provincial Auditor of the Philippines during the American era. The late Congressman Luis "Yowing" Clarin was a first placer in the Civil Engineering Board examination. He developed a method of simplifying algebraic equations that he called "Clarination."

Those who excel in non-mathematics related courses are always noted to be "different" in their approach.

Why are Dauisanons good in mathematics? It is because their speech pattern is the same as mathematical expressions. Their brains no longer exert effort to untangle the mathematics equatio.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: B:) on June 15, 2008, 06:16:19 AM
mao bitaw ni sinultian adtong akong mga na classmate sa HS nga taga Dauis. Louy laman kay sugsugon kapunay.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Macky Ferniz on June 15, 2008, 06:33:11 AM
Maayo siguro ning mga taga Dauis mo decipher ug lisod nga mga text messages.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on July 09, 2008, 04:43:38 AM
saka taas
ligo dagat
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on July 09, 2008, 05:01:15 AM
hala ingon ana?

hala mga taga Dauis tingali tong mga Bol-anon sa amoa?

kay ing ana man sila manorya!

EX.  "Belle, asa ka ingon?" instead of "Belle, asa ka paingon?"

And yes we do speak that way with my siblings that way kay magka sinabot man mi.

Ill try to use that in here some other time...hahahha
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on July 09, 2008, 05:49:58 AM
adto dauis sakay donkey plete 20
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: david on July 09, 2008, 05:59:03 AM
kaon kamote
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on July 09, 2008, 07:11:33 AM
bwahahhaa

pila pleti?

kinsa kujog?

Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: The Charlatan on July 09, 2008, 09:19:02 AM
I'm from dauis, and this is the most ridiculous thing i've heard about our way of speaking. I'm a cpa, and modesty aside, i got one of the highest ratings in the exam, but i don't think our manner of speaking has anything to do with our mathematical/analytical skills at all. 
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on July 09, 2008, 09:33:09 AM
Pwerteng daghanang lain laing sinultihan sa tibuok kalibutan. DAUIS is not alone. Im not a bol-anon but we spoke that Dauis dialect some times with my family. It is fun and theres nothing bad talking about it. Pasalamat sila sa ilang mga katigulangan kay naa silay kaugalingong identity. I even loved it. Nadala gani nako na diri sa Merika. ;D

Congratulations for your achievements Charlatan. I got honors too but i can never apply them in my daily life.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: nilamaw on August 02, 2008, 07:30:23 PM


klareks!!! nada ma na naho diri sa lugar sa mga insektos. mag ininsek ko kay dauis syle man. maaju pa mag tinagalog ko kay dili pa kaaju mailhan nga bisaya.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: lumine on August 02, 2008, 07:41:39 PM
si amy kay taga-dauis man di ba? pro dili man ana iya sinultian.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: alfonso_potane on August 02, 2008, 07:42:02 PM
ako taga dauis na bag o palang.. hehehe
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: alfonso_potane on August 02, 2008, 07:42:23 PM
mo bye bye sako maam ha.. kay palit pa ko sabon heheheh
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: lumine on August 02, 2008, 07:43:22 PM

cge go,fons!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: nilamaw on August 02, 2008, 10:38:16 PM

Dili man tibuok dauis nga nilaktod ug sinultihan. taga sawang ug closer barrio lang ang nilaktod. pero kung taga laing lugar na among kaistorya, amo nang i adjust among dialect.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: lumine on August 03, 2008, 03:08:33 PM

ah ok.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on August 03, 2008, 03:11:35 PM

Ang taga Biking padung na sa Panglao lahi pod og tono
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: musiclover0526 on August 03, 2008, 03:42:13 PM
hmmmm
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: nilamaw on August 03, 2008, 05:13:24 PM

Korek!!! sa Panglao, lahi pod ug tuno. Taga Bil-isan Panglao man akong lola, bisag sa Dauis na sya natigulang, nagpabilin jud iyang tono.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on August 04, 2008, 05:46:46 AM



as in nagsakay ug bike???
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on August 07, 2008, 11:57:40 PM
Quote from: ms da binsi
as in nagsakay ug bike???

Biking is a barrio name sa Dauis
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on August 07, 2008, 11:58:47 PM
aw shalan! hahaha
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: nilamaw on August 10, 2008, 09:13:07 AM

Biking is a barrio, nga sakop sa lungsod sa Dauis. Sus uy, nganong gi inglis ang ngalan sa barrio nga bisaya man. Nagbiseklita unta to.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on August 11, 2008, 01:35:21 PM
hahahahha! Ajaw na angal diha Maw!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ayah on October 20, 2008, 08:47:26 AM
heads up mga taga dauis kay world klas ta the whole island pinas use our style in texting... viva dauisanon.... geo d i ko furniture designer..im using my daughters neym... mstamus sa tanang membro sa vanguard ug mga lapok... ipadayon ang pagtabang sa mga tawng nanginahanglan...
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: lumine on October 21, 2008, 12:22:03 AM
wow! naa ta bag-o na aya, si ayah! welcome to TB,ayah!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: slackware on October 21, 2008, 01:03:25 AM
unsa ka tinood na ang taga dauis-panglao pareho kusog kuno mangaon ug lubi?
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on October 21, 2008, 01:51:05 AM
nga hilaw? o basi ila himuon ug bukayo Slack! hahahha
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: slackware on October 21, 2008, 01:57:18 AM
hilaw jud!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on October 21, 2008, 02:00:05 AM
mokaon baya ko ana sa una pero ang sobra ako man i bubho sa akong  buhok kay lagi wa pa man ma uso ang shampoo sa una! hahahha pero for meal murag maka bidli man na!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on October 21, 2008, 10:49:22 PM
lubi nga lugi-on na lain na pod na kan-on
kana nuon butong pa mao nay lami
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: slackware on October 22, 2008, 12:17:37 AM
kana gud lubi na lugiton ug luwag tungod sa kagahi na. mao man kuno na trademark sa mga taga dauis panglao. unsa man ni katinood?
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: bol-anon nga cebuano on October 22, 2008, 12:32:18 AM
adto sa duljo kay lahi sad ug tono. akong mga agaw ngadto magkatawa ka nga maminaw kung sila na mag storya.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Raquelproud boholana on October 22, 2008, 02:26:51 AM
Sa una pa jud bitaw ko nakadungog ana nga kusog kono mokaon ug lubi ang taga Panglao.Kanunay na pananglitanan kung naay kusog mokaon lubi ingnon taga Panglao ka.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: ms da binsi on October 22, 2008, 02:36:26 AM
bwahaha!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: grazie7y on October 22, 2008, 04:32:29 AM
Floremie aka willmerit, where art thou?  Ikaw man jud authentic na taga Dauis!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: fdaray on November 05, 2008, 01:03:01 PM
Bitaw, ako mobahog ko ug lubi ug bahaw  ug asukar labi na kon walay   temo
sa balay.

Tambal sad ang magsigi ug kan -on ug lubi kay rich in virgin coconut oil, the newly
discovered medicine.

Una pa diay ang taga  Dauis ug Panglao nakadiscobre ini.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: wardiflex on November 05, 2008, 01:19:36 PM
hehehhe good....
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: wardiflex on November 05, 2008, 01:20:56 PM
kusog baya pud ko mokaon ug lubi..hehehhe saon daghan man lubi sa panglao... rich in virgin coconut oil diay ko ani ron...
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: buwadsanga on November 05, 2008, 01:42:59 PM
PARISAN UG BOTETE!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: buwadsanga on November 05, 2008, 01:46:44 PM
among landlord taga dauis isog nga tawo kay mi sukow ni boy cemafranca sa election ijang ngan si nong primoy. ijang hilig nga panglimbarok:

BILATA KAG SA INA DOY! AWW MO KAON MAN JUD KOG BALA!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: juliusarbizo on February 11, 2009, 09:27:42 PM
Ang taga Biking padung na sa Panglao lahi pod og tono
adto sa duljo kay lahi sad ug tono. akong mga agaw ngadto magkatawa ka nga maminaw kung sila na mag storya.

Wa gud nay kalainan sa laing lugar nga mag-usab2X ang sinultian.
Sa Tawala nga barrio sa Panglao kay mangatawa man mi sa una nga gaeskwela pa mi sa SAGA kay matud pa nila " kayawa! Ang kalayo mikalatkat sa bulongbong"  ;D sukwahi ni sa taga mga taga Tabalong ( Dauis ) nga short cut!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: bol-anon nga cebuano on February 11, 2009, 11:02:42 PM
lingaw bitaw na kaayo ug inistoryahan ang mga taga duljo. kana lagi kung mamista ang akong mga paryente ug kaig-agawan nga taga dinha hastang alegreha sa amoa.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: fdaray on February 12, 2009, 09:02:26 AM
Sa akong napaminawan, daghan kaajong short cut ang ilang inestoryahan.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: glacier_71 on February 12, 2009, 01:55:37 PM
i've found this thread so funny
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: grazie7y on February 12, 2009, 02:55:07 PM
Mura'g tanan man sa Bohol lain-lain ug sinultian!  Sa amo bitaw sa Manga kataw-an man pod sa among mga paryente sa Taloto samantalang ang mga ubang tawo, kataw-an pod taga Loon ug Maribojoc kay arang kagahi daw.  Nah, kita ra jud gasaway-saway sa atong lain=laing sinultian!
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: glacier_71 on February 13, 2009, 04:25:13 AM
tanan bitaw.

ang taga-talibon, moot man sad...kasagaran, naay "BA  LA" tumoy sa ilang i-sulti.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: grazie7y on February 13, 2009, 09:13:22 AM
Di ka, Glacier?  Unsa kaha example ana beh?  Like, "mo adto ko sa sawang ba la"? sakto na? hmmm, daghan pa jud ta'g i learn sa atong mga ka sano ug sana.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: glacier_71 on February 13, 2009, 11:16:56 AM

yup. pwede na. kasagaran akong madungog kay kini: Na unsa ba la.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: grazie7y on February 13, 2009, 02:03:27 PM
Di ba mga Ilonggo hilig pod na sila'g "ba la"? 
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: bol-anon nga cebuano on February 13, 2009, 11:59:41 PM
mga pulong nga kasagaran nato madunggan sa bohol.

buti - ex. mao buti - meaning: mao siguro
os - ex. os, tinuod ka? - meaning: saba diha, tinuod ka?
jamo - ex. dako jamo nga balay. - meaning: dako kaayo nga balay.
balo - ex. balo nimo - meaning: ambot nimo.
beau - ex. beau kaayo. - meaning: nindot kaayo.
hani - ex. hani bay ininglis ug dugos? - meaning: unsay gani ang ininglis sa dugos?
awat - ex. iyang giawat akong sayaw. - meaning: iyang gisunod/gisuon akong sayaw.
mano - ex. mano pud uroy? - meaning: ngano gud tawn?
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: buwadsanga on February 20, 2009, 09:33:15 PM
bilatakagsa ijang ina! jati ra doy kinsay isog! (basaha unja ang punto taga dauis)
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: glacier_71 on February 21, 2009, 12:16:30 AM

ambot pod og naa ba. ako lang na nga nasinati sa akong mga kaila nga taga-talibon.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: talboh on December 15, 2009, 07:28:29 PM
Glacier sakto ng imoha. mao nay kasagaran namong expression labi na kung lain ang gibuhat or reaction sa usa katawo moingon dayun ang kaestorya ay: Naunsa ba la..? Meaning wala siya kaayon sa imong gibuhat.  Trademark sad namu kay kung mangutana mi may tubag nang daan. Example: Ay asa ba ka, adto kas merkado???
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Lorenzo on December 15, 2009, 08:10:54 PM

interesting!

hahaha :)
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: bol-anon nga cebuano on December 16, 2009, 04:29:46 AM
kaon ta bala?
kaon ta anay?
kaon ta e?
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: benelynne on December 16, 2009, 11:21:50 AM
I notice that the northern parts of Visayan provinces like Cebu (Bantayan) and Bohol (Talibon) have rings of Ilonggo in their vernacular. Tingali gapamatuod ni sa pagkaaktibo sa mga Ilonggo, labi na katong naay dugong Intsik, sa negosyo ug magtabok-tabok sila sa coastal towns sa laing dapit.

Uban ko sa una sa TV crew sa NHK nga naggama ug docu bahin sa illegal fishing sa Bantayan. Abi nako sayon ang pagtranslate kay kahibawo ko mag-Cebuano ug mag-Ilonggo pero ug isagol diay nimo ning duha, lisod na hinuon sabton. Interesante pud kaayo ang pinulongan sa Bantayan.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: willmerit on December 16, 2009, 11:46:53 AM
dia rako Men ug Ate Ging hehehe karon pa man ko makadungog sa inyong panawagan oi.  tinood na nga laktod laktod ang among pinulungan pero dili tanan.  ang akong baryo kay sa totolan man kanang bujon sa causeway, tagb.  mostly dili na pure taga dauis ang namuyo dinhang dapita kay kasagaran mga taga negros na ug nasagulan pod sa mga badjao.  since ang amoang balay is dool ra sa tagbilaran, dili kaayo halata ang among pagkalaktod ug sinultian, samot pa jud kay ang mga silingan namo halos tanan taga bais negros maong  dili kaajo laktod.  naa gihapon malaktod pero panagsa na lang.  kanang pangutana ni slackware ug kusog mangaon ug lubi, sigun sa akong nadunggan ang taga panglao raman ang inila ana.  may joke bitaw about ana, matod pa sa akong nanay nga timpong magbayle, hilig man kuno ang mga baje ug mamubho ug tono sa lubi maong manghumot sila ug lana hehehehe.  maong ug naay bayle sa amoa (wa na diay ni karon kay high tech naman ang mga tao, disco naman diay) unja namubho ug tono ang dalaga sugsugon dajon ug tagapanglao ka?  ako mukaon man ko ug lubi pero kanang butong pa.  magbukayo pod mi pero di na pod nang gahi kaajo oi.  usahay pod kanang magkagod gani ug lsinu, ganahan ko mukaon ug kanang ibabaw bitaw kanang kinapirmirohan kay humok man na siya then basa basa pod.  pero in general, di jud intawn mi hataw ug lubi oi bisan pa ug wala mi kalubihan kay lagi wala may yuta puro man kabatuan.  ang kanang kinalakturan jud kanang taga poblacion, paingon ngadto sa mayacabac, catarman, biking 1 ug biking 2.  kining sa side sa totolan, songculan dili kaayo parehas sa centro jud.

dili pod pag alsa sa akong kaugalingon bangko, wa man pod ko maiwit sa gaschool pa ko, bisan gani dire sa akong gipuy an karon (sa gaschooling pa ko) nakaaward man pod ko, siguro tinood ni heheheheheh.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Koddi Prudente on January 13, 2010, 01:02:11 AM
Kining sinultihan sa taga Dauis adunay kalambigitay sa kasaysayan sa manggad sa Bohol. Ang Dauis kaniadto usa ka flourishing trading center, unya kadaghanan sa mga foreign traders mga Insik. Busa, aron magkasinabtanay, minugbo nga paagi sa pagpadayag ang gigamit sa mga tumindok sa maong dapit.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Lorenzo on July 05, 2010, 11:56:08 PM
Written By Jes Tirol
Columnist
The Bohol Chronicle[/b]

Proem

The anthropologist Benjamin Lee Whorf was among the first to ask the questions: "To what extent is our thinking influenced by the language we use?" "Can communities as a whole have abilities?" According to many linguists, the answer is YES!

Language has symbolism, pattern and system. These characteristics of a language influence the thinking pattern of the brain. If a community has the same thinking pattern, it follows that a common ability will soon develop.

Thinking Pattern

In the province of Bohol, the town of Dauis and to a certain extent the town of Panglao, speaks an abbreviated form of the Sugboanon Bisaya. We are told that mathematics is the shorthand language of science and philosophy.

Therefore the thinking pattern developed by the manner of speaking in Dauis and Panglao is very suited for mathematics. This is the reason why you can find many Dauisanons or people from Dauis who are topnotch in the trade, vocation, or profession that involves mathematics. You can find them in engineering, accountancy, architecture, arts, carpentry, and even in gambling.

In a community like Dauis and Panglao, many of those who do not opt for mathematics related professions tend to be mavericks and non-conformists. According to Dr. Jane Healy, "they tend to make their own definitions and picture." (J.Healy, "Endangered Minds." p. 87).

Dauis-Speak

In Bohol, there are differences in intonations but basically the Sugboanon grammar is the same. However, in the town of Dauis and to some extent those of Panglao, Bohol, have a definite variation in their Sugboanon. We can call it "Dauis-Speak."

The Dauis-Speak does not use articles and connectives. It uses only the comment and topic words. For example, a Dauisanon can perfectly understand the following; "Adto ka Dauis? Sakay jeep ka Aryong." The standard Sugboanon is, "Moadto ka sa Dauis? Sakay og jeep ug adto hunong tungod sa balay ni Aryong." = You want to go to Dauis? Ride a jeep and stop at the house of Aryong."

Sometimes the pattern is carried when speaking English. Question: "What color bird?"

Answer: "Color bird green." However, their schooling forced them to speak the correct English grammar. So a Dauisanon has an advantage; they know the set pattern of their peculiar Sugboanon Bisaya and the continuity pattern of English.

An Analysis

As an engineer, this writer (Jes B. Tirol) has studied mathematics "to the highest level."

I have also studied the Sugboanon language for past 23 years. I have noticed that the language pattern in Dauis, Bohol is practically similar to a mathematical equation.

Notice the similarity in set pattern of "What color bird" with "Two plus four" and the answer, "Color bird green" with "equals six."

It is not surprising therefore to find good engineers, accountants, carpenters, jewelers, etc. in Dauis. These professions are suited to their thinking pattern as developed by their language.

Felipe Penales, who is honored by a street name in Dauis, was the first Filipino Provincial Auditor of the Philippines during the American era. The late Congressman Luis "Yowing" Clarin was a first placer in the Civil Engineering Board examination. He developed a method of simplifying algebraic equations that he called "Clarination."

Those who excel in non-mathematics related courses are always noted to be "different" in their approach.

Why are Dauisanons good in mathematics? It is because their speech pattern is the same as mathematical expressions. Their brains no longer exert effort to untangle the mathematics equatio.

What an interesting article. Thanks for this tidbit of information, Engr. Tirol. :)
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on July 06, 2010, 09:34:34 PM
bright diay og math hehehe mao diay daghan pod sugarol
sige tukis bisan illegal
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: wolfpack823 on July 06, 2010, 10:32:58 PM
ligo dagat langoy mura isda baybayon puti
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: insurectus on July 07, 2010, 05:18:49 PM
adto dauis sakay donkey plete 20

permi ko kadungog ani and ang donkey by the way is name sa
sakyanan sauna
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: fdaray on July 07, 2010, 06:29:00 PM
Ok lang kay magkasinabot ra man ta, pero  ang mga taga Dauis dili man short cut mosulti ug English and Filipino.
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: islander on July 07, 2010, 06:44:51 PM

at home diay unta ko sa dauis niadtong gamay pa ko nga galisod pa kog sulti ug sugbuanon mao nga shortcut akong sinultihan, hahaha! 
Title: Re: People of Dauis Speak Differently
Post by: Lorenzo on December 13, 2010, 03:14:01 PM
I heard this myself when I was in Dauis. Nindot bitaw ilahang colloquial diction!
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