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Comparing Americans And Filipinos

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There are some differences between the people in America and the Philippines. Those who are native to the Philippines, and now lives in the United States, are known as Filipino Americans. In America, they have their differences in language, religion, and transportation. I believe that differences between the Philippines and the United States have not caused any severe problems to our world today but instead, has filled it with more variety and diversity.
Filipino Americans are residents of the United States who track their ancestry to the Philippines. Many different nationalities move to the United States and reside there. According to the 1990 U.S. census, Filipino Americans make up the second largest group of Asian Americans after Chinese Americans. There have been more than 1.4 million Filipino Americans in the United States. A majority of them are living in California, with smaller populations in New Jersey, Hawaii, Illinois, and New York. I, myself, am a Filipino American.
The language of the Philippines is very different from the United States. There is an assortment of languages spoken between the Philippines and the United States. English is the main language in the United States and is spoken by a majority of the U.S. residents. However, approximately 54% speak Spanish, making Spanish the second most widely spoken language in the United States. In the Philippines, Tagalog is the main and national language there. This language is usually spoken at homes of Filipinos. There are many other languages spoken in the Philippines, but Tagalog is the most widely spoken language there.
Another difference between the Philippines and the United States is their religion. In the United States, a majority of them are Christians. There is a large amount of different denominations and sects; they add religious diversity ...

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