Contents of the Handbook


Common phrases, words, correct usage: Introductions; Getting to Know One Another ;Common Everyday Expressions; Pronouns: Subject, Demonstrative, Object, Reflexive, Possessive, Indefinite, Relative and Interrogative  pronouns like What ,When, Time related, Where , Who , Why , How and How Many words and phrases.

At the Market Place, Action Words, Negatives, Days of the Week, Months of the Year, Tastes, Parts of the Body, Relationships, Professions, Animals, Insects, Nature, Character Traits, Descriptions, Eating and Dining Vocabulary, Cardinal Numbers, Ordinal Numbers, Tenses, Gender, Singular & Plural; Uses of “de” and “desde”, “gayot”, “anay”“tamen”’ “tambien”“tu, ka, etu, ikaw” , “ado” and “ao”, and many more

Note: Bold letters are used in this  book  to highlight/differentiate the translations. In Part I for Correct Usage the words in bold are for  English. The  same type faces are used in Part II of the English-Chavacano Dictionary. The format is reversed in Part III,Chavacano -English Dictionary. Care has been taken and observed in the preparation of the manuscript taking into  account nuances in the manual (keyboard) and digital inscription of the material. Although computerization facilitated the preparation of the materials, the same computer programs also have kinks of their own as in alphabetization and font sizes which varies according to computer fatigue.                  -The Author


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