what is the most beautiful language or Dialect in the Philippines?

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Sumerian cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs go back to before 3000 BC. Of languages still in use, Greek goes back to around 1450 BC, and Old Chinese around 1200 BC.

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Answered: How early can you begin attempting to teach your child how to speak a

The answer is simple: at ANY age - the younger the better! I live in a bilingual environment, my three children learnt two quite different languages at an early age and have found it much easier to pick up other languages later than children mastering only their mother tongue. As young adults, they ...

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Pulling up long hair is a must for women during the warmer months, and the top knot is a confident, sexy style." Johnston says the key to achieving the perfect top knot is to not pull it too tightly — if you do, it will look severe and painful rather than fun and effortless. Keeping the knot looser ...

Answered: How to raise legally an endangered species in the philippines

I don't know about the Phillipnes, but here in the US there are certain procedures. You have to apply for a license, and you have to be able to show that you have the appropriate property and fences and such to keep the animal safely. It's not easy.
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