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New Englishes are mushrooming the globe over, ranging from "Englog," the Tagalog-infused English spoken in the Philippines, to "Japlish," the cryptic English poetry beloved of Japanese copywriters ( "Your health and loveliness is our best wish," reads a candy wrapper.
Pat Callan Dublin, IrelandThe Tagalog-infused English spoken in the Philippines is popularly known here as "Taglish," not "Englog."
Spanglog, Tagalog, Taglish / Englog, and American English, depending on the character -- that would surely reflect better the complication that's the Philippine identity.