Discourse studies as compared to other areas of research have probably received the least attention in the study of Philippine English (PhE). This chapter summarizes various research works, and, in case some are found lacking or deemed inadequate in terms of pattern or features, to provide a description of discourse structures in PhE. With the onset of PhE in the 1980s, speakers/users of this variety have increasingly taken interest in analyzing the features that characterize PhE. It discusses studies conducted on PhE with emphasis on the discourse features and structures, and proceeds with comparing PhE with other varieties from Kachru’s Three Concentric Circles. According to Gonzalez, PhE of the mass media for casual and formal styles seems to be similar in features, and is ‘textbookish’ due to the manner of acquisition in school.