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27.Use of Kalayat 6 50% 28.Use of Trambulikao 6 50% 29.Use of Blankisko 4 33.3% 30.Use of Putlain 8 66.7% 31.Use of Rojo 2 16.7% 32.Use of Colorao 10 83.3% 33.Use of Baliktad 3 25% 34.Use of Birao 9 75% 35.Use of Cahang 8 66.7% 36.Use of Pica 4 33.3% 37.Use of Pangit 2 16.75 38.Use of Malakara 10 83.35 39.Use of Desafortunado 3 25% 40.Use of Malas 9 75% In table 1.6.2, it shows that in language use of descriptive adjectives , the most used lexicons are the recorded with higher frequency such as the words “rabyao” with 83.3%, “alkanse” with 757%, “bonita” with 58.3%, “hambug” with 75%. “astano/marron” with 50%, “exacto” with 66.7%, “trangkao” with 58.3%, “iskuro” with 66.7%, “deficil” with 66.7%, “lagak” with 58.3%, “grande/ancho” with 50%, “ploho” with 66.7%, “manada” with 75%, “kalayat/trambulikao” with 50%, “putlain” with 66.7%, “colorao” with 83.3%, “birao” with 75%, “cahang” with 66.7%, “malakara” with 83.3% and “malas” with 75%. It is shown that the recorded lexicons are having similarities in Spanish words especially in varieties of adjectives. Camins (1999) refered to that Chabacano all began from our need to speak with Spanish Colonizers. He further examined that Chabacano in Cavite and that in Zamboanga are lexically and phonologically closer to the Spanish language. The blend of neighborhood and Spanish lexical things involves the language corpus of the two
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Chabacano assortments. In any case, notwithstanding the land and time partition of both Chabacano dialects, these assortments share regular highlights. Table 1.7 Frequency Table for Chavacano Speakers’ from East Coast’ Language choice are described in the following variation of lexicon (Verbs): LEXICON MEAN Frequency (12 participants from different barangays) Percentage (%) 1. Use of Omenta 7 58.3% 2. Use of Abona 5 41.7% 3. Use of Pega 9 75% 4. Use of Supla 3 25% 5. Use of Limpya 7 58.3% 6. Use of Himus 5 41.7% 7. Use of Trangka 9 75% 8. Use of Serra 3 25% 9. Use of Crosa 3 25% 10.Use of Trabesa 9 75% 11.Use of Bungka 8 66.7% 12.Use of Destrosa 4 33.3% 13.Use of Kome 8 66.7% 14.Use of Traga 4 33.3% 15.Use of Pasa 2 16.7% 16.Use of Entra 10 83.3% 17.Use of Servi 6 50% 18.Use of Ayuda 6 50% 19.Use of Agara 7 58.3% 20.Use of Aguanta 5 41.7%
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21.Use of Salta 4 33.3% 22.Use of Bringka 8 66.7% 23.Use of Deha 10 83.3% 24.Use of Sale 2 16.7% 25.Use of Mobe 3 25% 26.Use of Arunsa/Aruma 9 75% 27.Use of Observa 3 25% 28.Use of Bisya 9 75% 29.Use of Pone 9 75% 30.Use of Icha 3 25% 31.Use of Munta 8 66.7% 32.Use of Embarka 4 33.3% 33.Use of Uli 10 83.3% 34.Use of Olescha 2 16.7% 35.Use of Para 8 66.7% 36.Use of Levanta 4 33.3% 37.Use of Saka 7 58.3% 38.Use of Rebata 5 41.7% 39.Use of Bene 6 50% 40.Use of Atraka 6 50% In table 1.6.2, it shows that in language use of descriptive adjectives , the most used lexicons are the recorded with higher frequency such as the words “omenta” with 58.3%, “pega” with 757%, “limpya” with 58.3%, “trangka” with 75%. “trabesa” with 75%, “bungka” with 66.7%, “kome” with 66.7%, “entrq” with 83.3%, “servi/ayuda” with 50%, “agara” with 58.3%, “bringka” with 66.7%, “deha” with 83.3%, “arunsa/aruma” with 75%, “bisya” with 75%, “pone” with 75%, “munta” with 66.7%, “uli” with 83.3%, “para” with 66.7%, “saka” with 58.3% and “bene/atraka” with 50%.
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