Bolinao is spoken by about 51,000 people mainly in the municipalities of Anda and Bolinao in Pangasinan province on Luzon in the Philippines. It is a member of the Philippine branch of the Malayo-Polynesian language family, and is also known as Bino-Bolinao, Binubolinao, Binubulinao, Bolinao Sambal, Bolinao Zambal, Bulinaw or Sambal Bolinao.
The language is taught in a number of schools, and 90% of speakers are able to read and write it.
Si'ya a kai tanda' nin lumingap sa pangibwatan na, kai ya mirate' sa keen na.
He who does not acknowledge his beginnings will not reach his destination.
Information about Bolinao
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