The links below are for six pdf Filipino worksheets about sentences (mga pangungusap) and end punctuation (panapos na bantas). You may download, save, print, and distribute them to your children or students. Please do not copy the worksheets (or any part of any worksheet posted here) and distribute them for profit.
4. Pagbuo ng Pangungusap_1 : This 20-item worksheet has two parts. The first part asks the student to match two phrases in order to make a meaningful statement. The second part asks the student to complete ten declarative sentences.
The last two 20-item worksheets ask the student to write the correct end punctuation for each sentence.
This post has links to seven pdf worksheets on the topics of syllabication (pagpapantig) of Filipino words, identifying whether a group of words is a sentence (pangungusap), and Filipino verbs (pandiwa).
You may download, print, and distribute them for your children or students. Please do not distribute them for profit. Teachers, feel free to copy any of the items in any of the worksheets posted in my blog for your quizzes or exams.
The following two worksheets (20-items each) ask the student to determine whether a given group of words makes up a sentence. If it doesn’t, the student is asked to add words in order to make it a sentence.
7. Aspekto ng Pandiwa_5 ; Mga sagot sa Aspekto ng Pandiwa_5 : This 20-item worksheet asks the student to specify the tense (pangnagdaan, pangkasalukuyan, o panghinaharap) of the underlined verb in a sentence. Worksheets similar to this one are available in previous posts. Just type in pandiwa in the search box.
In October 2011, I posted “A few Filipino worksheets.” A reader asked me for the answers to the worksheets. As I worked on the answers, I found some errors and I added a few more information to the files. The pdf files below show the worksheets and the answers to them. Answers to future worksheets will be posted as separate pdf files.
Here are a few Filipino worksheets. Please feel free to print and use them at home for your children or make copies for your students. Please note that the author is not a Filipino teacher. She would appreciate it if you would point out any mistakes that you may find in the worksheets. Thank you.