Tagalog language

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The Tagalog language is currently a target language for the OLPC's localization efforts due to OLPC Philippines for deployment.

A few grassroot groups in the US have proposed additional local dialects also be included as Tagalog is not fully understood by people living in the central and southern Philippines.

External Links

Omega Wiki language Portal A complete list of languages/dialects current and extinct used in the Republic of the Philippines.

sorry :( only a few of the links to individual languages have any substantial material on them ie. most articles are just stubs.
Try this link for an example of ISO-639-3 akl Aklanon Language
http://www.omegawiki.org/Portal:akl --Chief Mike 07:19, 6 April 2008 (EDT)
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