Talaan ng mga Pang-uri

I like making lists. I’ve been working on one for the past few days. I hope that you find it useful.

At the end of this post is the link to a pdf file that lists Filipino adjectives (mga pang-uri) and their English definitions. It has fourteen pages. Each page has two columns. I did not include number words that may be used as adjectives, such as isa, dalawa, tatlo, etc. I also did not include the numerous adjectives that are made by adding an affix (panlapi) to a Filipino root word, although many words in this list have affixes.

Some adjectives have two definitions. The two definitions are separated by a semicolon (;).

The adjectives in this list are alphabetically arranged according to the Filipino alphabet. If you have an English adjective and would like to see its Filipino translation, you may search the file using Adobe Reader’s Find tool in its Edit menu (click Edit, then Find). You may also press Ctrl+F on your keyboard. A small window will pop up where you can type the English adjective. You can use the arrow buttons on this small window or press F3 to continue searching the rest of the document for the adjective.

I use two online dictionaries that you may find useful when searching for the English definitions of Filipino words. The first one is tagalog.pinoydictionary.com. Many Filipino words are based on the Tagalog dialect. In its Search window, you type the Filipino/Tagalog word and click Search or press Enter on the keyboard. The word’s definition in English will appear, along with other affixed or compound words that have the word you typed. You may also type an English word in the Search window and the Tagalog word with the same definition will appear.

Notice that the English alphabet appears below the Search window. Clicking a letter will list the Tagalog words that begin with that letter. Also notice that the same website has a link to a Cebuano dictionary (cebuano.pinoydictionary.com).

The second website (which I use often) is translate.google.com. It lets you translate words from Filipino to English, and from English to Filipino. You have to select what language you would like to translate from (left window) and what language you would like to translate to (right window). Other languages are available, too.

When you type a Filipino word on the left window, it will show the English translation on the right window. A list of Filipino and English synonyms will also appear on the right.

I hope you can try out the two websites I mentioned above.

Here’s the list of Filipino adjectives:  Talaan ng mga Pang-uri.

You are free to distribute this list to your friends, co-teachers, classmates, other parents, etc., but please do not do so for profit.

Pang-uri Worksheets (Part 5)

The six pdf worksheets below are about Filipino adjectives (mga pang-uri). They are appropriate for primary grade students.

You may print and distribute these worksheets for your students or children, but please do not do so for profit.

The two 15-item worksheets below ask the student to circle the adjective in each sentence.

1. Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_3

2. Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_4 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Pang-uri_4

The worksheet below asks the student to draw a line from the adjective to the picture of the noun that the adjective describes. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.

3. Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_5 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_5

The two worksheets below ask the student to match a noun with the correct adjective. The student is also asked to write a sentence using a noun-adjective pair.

4. Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_3

5. Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_4 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Angkop na Pang-uri_4

The worksheet below asks the student to circle the adjective that is the opposite of the first one.

6. Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_1 ; Mga sagot sa Mga Pang-uring Magkasalungat_1

Corrections and Answer Keys to “Pagsasaayos Nang Paalpabeto Worksheets (Part 1)”

I have updated my previous post “Pagsasaayos Nang Paalpabeto Worksheets (Part 1)” to include the Answer Keys and two corrections. You may see the updated post here.

I made corrections on two worksheets. In the worksheet Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_4, the second to the last word on the list should have been pamilyar instead of pamilya. In the worksheet Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_7, the word lukbay in item 1 should have been lakbay.

Please note that in the worksheet Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_3 where the student is asked to alphabetize the words, the Filipino word mansanas comes before mangga. This is because I considered the ng in the word mangga to be a letter in the Filipino alphabet. Since the letter n appears first before ng in the Filipino alphabet, I listed the word mansanas before mangga in the answer key I posted.

I checked the UP Diksyonaryong Filipino (Binagong Edisyon). This dictionary lists mangga first before mansanas. I do not know if they made a mistake in doing so.  This is a good opportunity to ask a friend, co-teacher, or your child’s Filipino teacher about this matter. If you have an answer, please leave a comment.

Pagsasaayos Nang Paalpabeto Worksheets (Part 1)

The seven pdf worksheets below are about arranging Filipino words in alphabetical order. The easier worksheets are listed first.

You may print and distribute these free worksheets for your students or children. Please do not distribute these worksheets for profit.

The worksheets below ask the student to rewrite the given group of words in alphabetical order.

1. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_1; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_1

2. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_5; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_5

3. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_2; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_2

4. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_6; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_6

5. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_3; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_3

6. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_7; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_7

The worksheet below has two parts. The first part asks the student to arrange words in alphabetical order by numbering them from 1 to 5. The second part asks the student to write a check in front of words that can be found in between two given guide words.

7. Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_4; Mga sagot sa Paalpabetong Ayos ng mga Salita_4

Pandiwa Worksheets (Part 3)

The five pdf worksheets below are about Filipino verbs or pandiwa. These worksheets are appropriate for students in the primary grades (Grades 1 to 3).

You may print and distribute these worksheets for your students and children but please do not distribute them for profit.

1. Pagkilala sa Pandiwa_6: This 15-item worksheet asks the student to circle the verb in each sentence.

2. Pagkilala sa Pandiwa_7: This 15-item worksheet asks the student to circle the word that is not a verb. Each item has four words. The illustration in the worksheet is by samutsamot_mom.

3. Pagpili ng Tamang Pandiwa_4: This 15-item worksheet asks the student to circle the verb that will complete the sentence. The student chooses from a group of three verbs.

4. Pagsulat ng Pandiwa_3 ; Mga sagot sa Pagsulat ng Pandiwa_3: This 15-item worksheet asks the student to complete a sentence by writing a verb using a given root word. The verb must be in the correct tense.

5. Aspekto ng Pandiwa_6: This 2-page worksheet has two parts. The first part asks the student to classify verbs according to their tense (panahunan o aspekto). The second part asks the student to complete sentences using the verbs in the first part.

Mga Bilang at Mga Hugis Handwriting Worksheets

I thought I posted these preschool handwriting worksheets months ago. It turns out that I forgot to publish it.

You may download, print, and photocopy the handwriting worksheets below for your preschoolers. Please do not distribute them for profit.

Below are the thumbnails of the 2-page handwriting worksheet on Filipino numbers from 1 to 10 (mga bilang mula isa hanggang sampu).  Click on the link below to download the pdf file.

Mga Bilang (1-10)

bilang_1

bilang_2

Below are the thumbnails of the 2-page handwriting worksheet on the Filipino names for different shapes (mga hugis).  Note that the Filipino words biluhaba and habilog are both used for the oval shape.  Click on the link below to download the pdf file.

Mga Hugis

hugis_1

hugis_2

 

Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian Worksheets (Part 1)

The four pdf worksheets below are about the four types of Filipino nouns (mga pangngalan) according to its word structure or composition.  A noun can be simple (payak), affixed (maylapi), repeated (inuulit), or a compound word (tambalan).

You may distribute these free worksheets to your children and students but please do not do so for profit. These worksheets are appropriate for fifth or sixth grade students.

1. Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_1 ; Mga sagot sa Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_1: This 40-item worksheet has two parts. The first part asks the student to tell whether a given noun is payak, maylapi, inuulit, or tambalan. The second part asks the students to classify the given nouns into the same four categories.

2. Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_2 ; Mga sagot sa Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_2: This 30-item worksheet has two parts. The first part asks the student to write the second word that forms the compound noun. The student is asked to choose from a set of given words.

The second part of the worksheet asks the student to tell whether the given noun is repeated or inuulit. Note that the root word (which is a noun) or part of the root word (usually the first two syllables) is repeated. These words may also have an affix but they are considered to fall under the inuulit category.

Words such as daldal, siksik, and dingding, although nouns, are not considered to have the structure of inuulit because there are no root words dal, sik, or ding.

The two 20-item worksheets below ask the student to tell whether the noun has an affix (maylapi). If it does, the student is asked to write the root word of the noun.

3. Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_3 ; Mga sagot sa Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_3

4. Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_4 ; Mga sagot sa Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Kayarian_4

Simuno at Panaguri Worksheets (Part 1)

The four pdf worksheets below are about identifying the subject (simuno o paksa) and predicate (panaguri) of sentences in Filipino. They are appropriate for fourth to sixth grade students.

The subject and predicate of a sentence (simuno/paksa at panaguri ng pangungusap) is a topic that is introduced in fourth-grade Filipino.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students. Please do not distribute these worksheets for profit.

1. Pagkilala sa Simuno o Paksa ng Pangungusap_1; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Simuno o Paksa ng Pangungusap_1 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the complete subject (buong simuno o buong paksa) of the sentence. Then the student is asked to write the simple subject (payak na simuno o payak na paksa) on the blank before the item. The sentences are taken from or adapted from Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III’s 2013 State of the Nation Address or SONA. This worksheet is appropriate for fifth or sixth graders.

2. Pagkilala sa Simuno o Paksa ng Pangungusap_2; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Simuno o Paksa ng Pangungusap_2 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the complete subject (buong simuno o buong paksa) of the sentence. The sentences are taken from or adapted from Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III’s 2013 SONA. This worksheet is appropriate for fourth or fifth grade students.

3. Pagkilala sa Panaguri ng Pangungusap_1; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Panaguri ng Pangungusap_1 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the complete predicate (buong panaguri) of the sentence. Then the student is asked to write the simple predicate (payak na panaguri) on the blank before the item. The sentences are taken from or adapted from Pres. Benigno S. Aquino III’s 2013 SONA. This worksheet is appropriate for fifth or sixth graders.

4. Pagkilala sa Panaguri ng Pangungusap_2; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa Panaguri ng Pangungusap_2 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the complete predicate (buong panaguri) of the sentence. The sentences are about the religion Islam and the religious practices of Muslim people. This worksheet is appropriate for fourth or fifth grade students.

New List of Filipino Words with Kambal-katinig

Below is the link to a 9-page pdf file that gives examples of Filipino words with consonant blends (kambal-katinig).

Kambal katinig

You may print and/or distribute this free list but please do not distribute them for profit.

The consonant blends included in this file are listed below, along with an example of a Filipino word with that consonant blend.

  1. bl (blusa)
  2. br (braso)
  3. dr (drayber)
  4. dy (dyip)
  5. gl (globo)
  6. gr (grabe)
  7. kl (klase)
  8. kr (krisis)
  9. ks (komiks)
  10. pl (plano)
  11. pr (presyo)
  12. tr (trabaho)
  13. ts (tsokolate)

This is a long list but it is still incomplete. As they say, knock yourself out.

Corrections to “Kambal-katinig at Diptonggo Worksheets”

Right after I posted the worksheets on kambal-katinig and diptonggo, I scrambled to check the syllabication of the words with kambal-katinig and to my dismay, I found several mistakes. I have already corrected them and posted the corrected worksheets. If you already downloaded and printed the worksheets with kambal-katinig, please download the new versions.

I checked the words using the UP Diksiyonaryong Filipino (Binagong Edisyon, 2010).  I replaced the words which did not have a consonant cluster because the consonants are separated when the word is syllabicated. These words and how they are syllabicated in the UP dictionary are listed below:

  1. ritrato (rit-ra-to)
  2. libre (lib-re)
  3. nadiskubre (na-dis-kub-re)
  4. sikreto (sik-re-to)
  5. reklamo (rek-la-mo)
  6. publiko (pub-li-ko)
  7. suplado (sup-la-do)
  8. padre (pad-re)
  9. disiplina (di-sip-li-na)
  10. libro (lib-ro)
  11. tigre (tig-re)
  12. litro (lit-ro)
  13. madre (mad-re)

So the words above are not considered to have a consonant cluster or kambal-katinig. I apologize for my mistake.