Peace Corps - Bikol Language Lessons
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This Peace Corps Bikol language course takes us through the different parts of speech in the Bikol language. The curriculum for the course covers the following topics:
Lesson 1: Verbs
Lesson 2: Pronouns
Lesson 3: Imperatives
Lesson 4: Subject Markers, Goal Markers
Lesson 5: Agents
Lesson 6: negation
Lesson 7: Linkers
Lesson 8: Existential Sentences
Lesson 9: Deitics
Lesson 10: Demonstratives
Lesson 12: Adjectives
Lesson 13: Nouns
Lesson 14: Filler Words
Lesson 15: Enclitis
Lesson 16: Psuedo verba
Lesson 17: Plurality
Lesson 18: Directional Markers
Lesson 19: Polite Forms
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Philippines: 1961-1990; 1992-present
Philippines: Education, Youth Development, Coastal Resource Management.
The Bikol languages are a group of Central Philippine languages spoken mostly on the Bicol Peninsula of the island of Luzon and also parts of Catanduanes and Burias Islands and Masbate Province. There is a dialect continuum between the Visayan languages and the Bikol languages; the two together are called the Bisakol languages.
Bikol is spoken in: Philippines
Bikol has no known alternate names.