The Filipino

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Filipino Family A typical Filipino Family is known for their close ties. Their relationship with each other is so close that they almost do not want to be apart from each other. That is why it is common to them having extended families. The lolo, lola and some titas and titos stays with the family. They also love doing things together. They eat together, pray together, etc. they also love celebrating especial occasions like birthdays, Christmas, etc together. Every member of the family is helping for the good of their family. Usually, the father provides income to the family while the mother stays at home to do the chores and tend to the kids. And it is also the children’s responsibility to help their parents. Filipino Education The Filipino Education is of 3 levels. The elementary, which has 6 grades; the secondary, which has 4 years, and Continue...


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