Panghalip na Panao Worksheets

The three printable worksheets and their answer keys below are about Filipino personal pronouns or panghalip na panao.  You may download and print these for your children or students.  Please do not reproduce or distribute them for profit. 1.  Panghalip na Panao_2 (Pagbigay ng tamang panghalip na panao),  Mga sagot sa Panghalip na Panao_2:  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to replace a group of words in a sentence with the correct personal pronoun. 2.  Panghalip na Panao_3 (Pagtukoy ng tamang panghalip na panao),  Mga sagot sa Panghalip na Panao_3 :  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to underline the correct personal pronoun (from a group of three pronouns) to complete a sentence. The worksheet is in a form of a friendly letter. 3.  Panghalip na Panao_4 (Pagbigay ng tamang panghalip na panao), Mga sagot sa Panghalip na Panao_4 :  This 25-item worksheet asks the student to give the correct personal pronoun to complete the…

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Pangngalan Worksheets

The seven free pdf worksheets below deal with Filipino nouns or pangngalan. There are no answer keys given to worksheets which may have a variety of answers. Feel free to print these for your kids or students. Please do not use or reproduce them for profit. For a lesson and worksheets on gender nouns, refer to a previous post on Kasarian ng Pangngalan. 1.  Pangngalan_2 (Pagbigay ng pangngalang pambalana):  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to give a fourth common noun (pangngalang pambalana) to a group of three common nouns that share a common characteristic. 2.  Pangngalan_3 (Pagbigay ng pangngalang pantangi):  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to give a fourth proper noun (pangngalang pantangi) to a group of three proper nouns that share a common characteristic. 3.  Pangngalan_4 (Pagbigay ng kategorya ng pangngalan), Mga sagot sa Pangngalan_4:  This 20-item worksheet asks the student to give the category to which…

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Aralin at Worksheets sa Kasarian ng Pangngalan

Aralin sa Kasarian ng Pangngalan The pdf lesson above describes the four kinds of Filipino gender (kasarian) nouns, which are masculine nouns (pangngalang panlalaki), feminine nouns (pangngalang pambabae), common nouns (pangngalang di-tiyak ang kasarian), and neuter nouns (pangngalang walang kasarian).  Because there are so many neuter nouns, only a list of Filipino masculine, feminine, and common nouns are provided in the lesson. The lesson also provides a table with many examples of Filipino masculine nouns and their corresponding feminine nouns (for example, ama at ina, lolo at lola, kuya at ate,etc.).  This table shows that many such nouns are borrowed from the Spanish language. You may be wondering why nouns like doktor and doktora were not included in the list of masculine-feminine noun pairs. It is because people still use the word doktor for either a male or female doctor. Only doktora (female doctor) is gender-specific. The five worksheets and…

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