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What are the most common languages spoken in Mati City, Davao Oriental?

three local experts

Are residents of Mati City typically multilingual? What languages are most common? Here's what three local experts had to say about language in Mati City, Davao Oriental.

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Someone should be adept in speaking our common dialect as it is important in learning our culture, beliefs and have a deeper and wider grasps of our people’s daily lives and practices. This is specifically recommended for foreigners. You should always wear your beautiful smile as it is deemed as a warm gesture to the common folk.

If you want to move to my city, you should always remember to wear cool clothes because our place is quite hot. Also, do not talk to anyone, some people might take advantage of you. it is all right to speak in English wherever you are in the city because most people understand the language.

Alexandria, says: 2020

Mati City is a small town surrounded by the southeastern Philippine sea. The main source of income is agriculture, specifically farming and fishing. The local citizens speak bisaya, mandaya, tagalog, and English, among many others. The city has been known to be the native home of indigenous groups in Mindanao.

Sheila, says: 2020
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