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Commission on the Filipino Language

The Commission on the Filipino Language was created in August 1991 to work towards the development and enrichment of the Filipino language as the national language of the Philippines. It aims to further develop and enrich the Filipino language on the basis of existing Philippine and other languages and develop, propagate and preserve these languages.

The CFL is responsible for designing and implementing sound language research and development programs, and to adopt measures to initiate and sustain the use of Filipino as a medium of official communication and the language of instruction in the educational system nationwide. It is also drafts policies and guidelines for language use standardization even as it ensures the preservation of the different regional languages around the country.

The Commission on the Filipino Languages may be found at the Watson Building near the Malacanang Palace in San Miguel, Manila with Tel. No. 731-1852.

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