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  1. Murphey, T. & Sato, K. (2000). Enhancing teacher development: What administrators can do. The Language Teacher 24 (1) 7-10. In this article, we presuppose that administrators, teachers, and learners have several things in common: they are all learners, they don’t ever completely know how to go about their jobs, and they can learn from each other.

  2. Jun 21, 2020 · Note: All languages cited here except Kapampangan, Hanunóo, Mandar, and Soboyo have merged PAn * R and * g as /g/. Kapampangan bágaŋ, Hanunóo bagʔáŋ ‘molar tooth’ are Central Philippine loans. Since Soboyo normally reflects * b as /f/, Soboyo bagaŋ also appears to be a loan (presumably from a language of northern Sulawesi or the ...

  3. Jun 21, 2020 · Hanunóo: ká: you (singular); occurs mainly in certain set phrases; in all of them, however, ká may be replaced by the more frequently used káwu: Romblomanon: ka: you (sg.); occurs as sentence topic following the predicate; for the topic pronoun preceding the predicate see íkaw: Masbatenyo: ka

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