Tagalog Declamation?

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Tagalog is the language of the Philippines. The term declamation is translated in Tagalog as 'deklamasyon'. Just as any other cultures, Filipinos too have good declamation pieces.
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Tagalog translation of declamation: pananalaysay. o. deklamasyon.
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