tagalog vesion what is the meaning sa aking mga kababata
Sa Aking Mga Kabata(originally called)but now.....it is called "Sa Aking Mga Kababata"^xP^
1869At the age of eight, Rizal wrote his first poem entitled "Sa Aking Mga Kabata." The poem was written in tagalog and had for its theme "Love of One's Language."by: almightyME92
Like the title, he wrote this to his fellow youth.
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The poem "Sa Aking Mga Kabata" (To My Fellow Youth) was the very first poem written by Jose Rizal. It was written in his native Tagalog while he was yet 8 years old. The poem is about love of one's native language, in this case, Tagalog. Paraphrase: A nation that loves its God-given language also loves freedom.
ang mga elemento sa tulang sa aking mga kababata ay ang halimbawa ng mga tayutay,paraan ng pagsasalaysay,at paggamit sa panandang paglalarawan.....
Ang kabata ay katutubong wika noong panahon ni Rizal at kalaunan itoy naging kasing hulugan ng kababata tulad ng isang tulang naisulat ni rizal nong siya'y 8 taon palang na "Sa aking mga kabata"
Ang tulang ito ay nagpapaalala at nagtuturo na mahalin ang sariling wika higit sa ano mang wikang banyaga.
The following quotations are attributed to Jose Rizal:"The youth is the hope of the Fatherland.""Ang Hindi magmahal sa kanyang salita, mahigit sa hayop at malansang isda" from his poem "Sa Aking Mga Kabata.""The pen is mightier than the sword," was his explanation for his aversion to a bloody revolution."Mi ultimo Adios" he said this before he was shot (meaning: The last goodbye)
The poem entitled Sa Aking Mga Kabata was written by the Philippines national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. The reactions to this poem include faith in the youth and how they are empowered as well as encouraged to change their country for a better future.
ang aking kabataan
Here is a list of Jose Rizal's poems: # Mi Ultimo Adios # To the Philippines # Our Mother Tongue # Memories of My Town # Hymn to Labor # Kundiman # A Poem that Has No Title # Song of Maria Clara # To the Philippine Youth # To Josephine # Education Gives Luster to the Motherland # To the Virgin Mary # Sa Aking Mga Kabata