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Why Do We Study Philippines Narrative\?

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Narrative is an integral part of literature, and the study of literature is vital for a number of reasons.

  • It enhances vocabulary
  • It promotes the continuation of heritage
  • It teaches history
  • It is an excellent way for language ability to be measured
  • It enhances pupil's ability to create narrative
Narrative, specifically, is a greatly interesting part of language. It has the ability to be extremely specific, relies on different viewpoints of the narrator and reader/listener to give context, has a finite time line, and can describe everything about a character or occurrence. Narrative is essentially story telling, and therefore constructs the way events take place in a story. The narrator is the person telling the story, and depending on the piece of writing, this can be written in either third or first person. One example of first person narrative is the American television show 'Scrubs'. The lead character, J.D., narrates every episode of the show with an often comical inner monologue. Occasionally, other characters take a turn at providing the narration for an episode, and due to their specific viewpoint in the situations they encounter, the tone of the episode is often very different to a regular one. This is one example of how the narrator controls everything about how a story is told. Third person narratives can also have different tones, depending on the story or the mood of a certain part of it. Good narration will usually convey the emotion felt by its speaker/writer, and mastery of it will help a writer craft a very memorable story, either for the purpose of an anecdote or a profession as an author, playwright or screenwriter.
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It depends on whether you are studying these narratives in the Philippines or in another country. If in another country, that is natural enough if English is the language of instruction in your school or college, or you are studying English. If in the Philippines themselves, could it be part of a program to use English in lessons to improve fluency? Your teacher or principal may be able to tell you more.
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Because its very important to us...!!!!!
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Because filipino are the poorest
country
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Becouse di ko alam pak you kayo
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Jocel Sagun answered
For me as a filipino we need to study it because we can learn so much more moral lesson.The moral lesson help us to be good to our families,friends, neighbors,and to many others.
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The philippine narrative are very important to know all filfpino and also not filipino!!!!
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In order to learn the customs, the values and the driving forces in our culture and in our national......
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Because it is our culture and that is very important so we need to study it as a being filipino.

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