Panghalip na Panao Worksheet (Part 3)

The pdf worksheet and its answer key below is about Filipino personal pronouns or panghalip na panao.  A table of Filipino personal pronouns used in this worksheet is shown below. Click the table to enlarge it.

Panghalip Panao_2

This 2-page worksheet has 35 items. It is appropriate for fourth or fifth grade students. It asks the student to write the personal pronoun that will complete the sentence.

Pagbigay ng Tamang Panghalip na Panao_1

Mga sagot sa Pagbigay ng Tamang Panghalip na Panao_1

You may download and print the worksheet for your children or students.  Please do not reproduce or distribute it for profit.

Panghalip na Panao Worksheets (Part 2)

The five pdf worksheets below are about Filipino personal pronouns or panghalip na panao.  A table of Filipino personal pronouns is shown below. Click the table to enlarge it.

Panghalip Panao

The Kailanan ng Panghalip na Panao refers to the grammatical number of a personal pronoun, whether it is singular (isahan) or plural (maramihan).

The Panauhan ng Panghalip na Panao refers to the grammatical person of a personal pronoun.

  • Unang Panauhan  (First Person) – refers to the speaker or speakers
  • Pangalawang Panauhan (Second Person) – refers to the person or persons being addressed by the speaker or speakers
  • Pangatlong Panauhan (Third Person) – refers to the person or persons other than the speaker/speakers and the person/persons being addressed; refers to the person or persons being talked about

Based on a few Filipino textbooks, the personal pronouns in black (in the table above) are introduced in second grade. The worksheets in this post only deals with the pronouns in black. The worksheets in this post are appropriate for second grade students.

The pronouns in red are introduced in fourth grade.  In first grade, only the following personal pronouns are taught: ako, kami, ikaw, kayo, siya, and sila.

You may download and print the worksheets below for your children or students.  Please do not reproduce or distribute them for profit.

1. Panghalip na Panaong Isahan_1 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to circle the personal pronoun (singular) in each sentence.

2. Panghalip na Panaong Isahan_2 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the personal pronoun (singular) that completes the sentence. The student will choose an answer from a group of three personal pronouns.

3. Panghalip na Panaong Maramihan_1 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to circle the personal pronoun (plural) in each sentence.

4. Panghalip na Panaong Maramihan_2 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the personal pronoun (plural) that completes the sentence. The student will choose an answer from a group of three personal pronouns.

5. Panghalip na Panao_6 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to circle all the personal pronouns (singular or plural) in each sentence.

Other worksheets on Filipino personal pronouns are available here.

 

Kasarian ng Pangngalan Worksheets (Part 2)

The thumbnails below are links to pdf worksheets on the gender of Filipino nouns o kasarian ng pangngalan. These worksheets are for students in the primary grades. Similar worksheets for higher grade levels are posted here.

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

The two worksheets below ask the student to write the nouns inside the box labeled with its correct gender.

Kasarian ng Pangngalan_6

Kasarian ng Pangngalan_7

The worksheet below asks the student to draw a line from the masculine noun (pangngalang panlalaki) to its matching feminine noun (pangngalang pambabae).

Itambal ang mga Pangngalang Panlalaki at Pambabae_1

The worksheet below asks the student to identify the noun (from a group of four nouns) with a different gender by circling it.

Bilugan ang may Naiibang Kasarian_1

Pantukoy Worksheets (Part 1)

The six pdf worksheets below are about the Filipino articles (mga pantukoy) ang, ang mga, si, sina, ni, and nina. These articles are used to indicate proper nouns (pangngalang pantangi) or common nouns (pangngalang pambalana).

The articles ang and ang mga are usually used to indicate common nouns. The article ang is used for singular nouns and ang mga is used for plural nouns.

Ang aso ni Greg ay mabilis tumakbo. (singular)

Ang mga aso ni Greg ay malulusog. (plural)

The article ang is sometimes used to indicate proper nouns for things, places, or events.

Ang Sierra Madre ay isang bulubundukin sa Luzon.

Ang Pista ng Peñafrancia ay gaganapin sa Setyembre.

The articles si and sina are used to indicate proper nouns for people, animals, or characters. The article si is used for one person/animal/character, while sina is used for more than one person/animal/character.

Si Ferdinand Magellan ay isang Portuges na manlalakbay.

Sina Ferdinand Magellan at Antonio de Pigafetta ay tumungo sa silangang-Asya.

Si Princess Bubblegum ay kaibigan ni Finn.

Sina Finn at Jake ay nakatira sa Land of Ooo.

The articles ni and nina are used are used before proper nouns for people, animals, or characters. They indicate ownership by one or more persons/animals/characters. They are also used to indicate the person/animal/character or persons/animals/characters doing the action in the sentence. The article ni is used for one person/animal/character, while nina is used for more than one person/animal/character.

Tiniklop ni Ate Josie ang mga damit ni Gemma. (The first ni indicates that Ate Josie performed the action tiniklop (folded). The second ni indicates ownership of the clothes (mga damit) by Gemma.)

Ang damit ni Gemma ay inihanda ko na. (indicates ownership by one person)

Ang mga damit nina Gemma at Greg ay nakahanda na. (indicates ownership by more than one person)

Inayos ni Mang Don ang pulang kotse. (indicates the doer of the action)

Inayos nina Mang Don at Danny ang pulang kotse. (indicates the doers of the action)

The other Filipino articles are mga, kay, kina, ng, and ng mga. These articles are not included in the worksheets posted here. The articles mentioned above are taught to second graders. Only the articles ang, ang mga, si, and sina are taught to first graders.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to your students or children. Please do not copy and/or distribute these worksheets for profit. All illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.

The two worksheets below ask the student to write either ang o ang mga.

Ang o Ang mga_1

Ang o Ang mga_2

The worksheet below asks the student to write either si or sina.
Si o Sina_1

Pagkilala sa mga Pantukoy_1 ; Mga sagot sa Pagkilala sa mga Pantukoy_1 : This 20-item worksheet asks the student to underline all the Filipino articles in each sentence.

Pagpili ng Tamang Pantukoy_1 ; Mga sagot sa Pagpili ng Tamang Pantukoy_1 : This 15-item worksheet asks the student to underline the correct Filipino article that will complete the sentence. Three choices are given.

Pagsulat ng Tamang Pantukoy_1 ; Mga sagot sa Pagsulat ng Tamang Pantukoy_1 : This 20-item worksheet asks the student to write the correct Filipino article that will complete the sentence.

Mga Buwan at Mga Hugis Worksheets

The pdf worksheets below are free. You may distribute them to your students or children. Please do not photocopy and distribute them for profit.

The two worksheets below are about the Filipino names for the twelve months. The worksheet on the left asks the student to arrange and write the months in correct order.  The worksheet on the right asks the student to write the month that comes after the given month.

Ayusin ang mga Buwan ng Taon_1   Tukuyin ang Susunod na Buwan_1

The worksheet below asks the student to circle the correct Filipino name of the shape.

Itukoy ang Pangalan ng Hugis_1

The worksheet below asks the student to circle the object with a different shape. The following clipart images were obtained from openclipart.org: oval frame, soccer ball, chalkboard, chessboard, pen, key, pie slice, flock of birds, pizza slice, Rubik’s cube, and globe.

Piliin ang may Naiibang Hugis_1

The worksheet below asks the student to match the halves of a shape.

Itambal ang mga Hugis_1

Pantig Worksheets (Part 1)

This post is dedicated to Helen who requested worksheets on the syllabication of Filipino words (pagpapantig) for Grade 1 students.

You may download, save, print, photocopy, and distribute these worksheets to your children or students. Please do not copy any part of any of the worksheets posted in this blog or distribute them for profit.

The clipart for the words bundok, sanggol, gusali, plantsa, and plaslayt were obtained from openclipart.org.  All the other illustrations are by samutsamot_mom.

The two worksheets below ask the student to write the missing syllable to complete the word for the illustration shown. Similar worksheets for preschool or first grade students may be found here.

1.  Isulat ang Pantig_4

2.  Isulat ang Pantig_5

The two worksheets below ask the student to identify the type of the underlined syllable (P, KP, PK, KPK, KKP, KPKK, or KKPK) where P stands for patinig (vowel) and K stands for katinig (consonant).

IMPORTANT:  Please note that in syllables with the letter ng, the ng in the Filipino alphabet is considered one letter, a consonant or a single K for katinig. For example, in the word saranggola (kite), which is syllabicated as sa-rang-go-la, the syllable rang has the form KPK.

1.  Kayarian ng Pantig_1

2.  Kayarian ng Pantig_2

The three worksheets below ask the student to syllabicate the Filipino words.

3.  Pagpapantig_4

4.  Pagpapantig_5

5.  Pagpapantig_6

6.  Isaayos ang mga Pantig_1 :  This worksheet asks the student to unscramble the syllables in each item to make a noun used to name an animal.

7.  Bumuo ng Salita Mula sa mga Pantig_1Mga sagot sa Bumuo ng Salita Mula sa mga Pantig_1 :   This worksheet asks the student to form as many words as she or her can using the given syllables. A list of possible answers is given in the answer key but the student is not expected to come up with all of the words in the list.

Other pagpapantig worksheets for higher grade levels are available here.

Pagbilang sa Filipino

I have taken a couple of weeks off from making worksheets and have been working on an article on counting in Filipino. Although this post is categorized under Filipino Lessons, it is more of an informative piece than a lesson. I hope it will help you in some way. – samutsamot_mom

Below is a link to a 7-page pdf article that is about counting in Filipino from one to one million.

Pagbilang sa Filipino

This article includes the following sections:

  1. Pagbilang mula 1 hanggang 100 sa wikang Filipino
  2. Pagbilang mula 1 hanggang 100 hango sa wikang Espanyol
  3. Pagbilang mula 100 hanggang 1,000
  4. Pagbilang mula 1,000 hanggang 10,000
  5. Pagbilang mula 10,000 hanggang 1,000,000

Sections 3 to 5 have examples of complex numbers which use one or more of the nine basic or simple numbers (1 to 9) and one or more of the words that express groups of hundreds (pu), thousands (libo), and millions (milyon).

With more than three hundred years under Spanish colonization, Filipinos have borrowed or adapted the number words from the Spanish language. Although the pronunciations of these number words are similar to the Spanish pronunciations, the spelling of these words are based on the Filipino alphabet. For example, 20 in Spanish is spelled veinte and in Filipino, it is spelled beynte or bente.

Many Filipinos still use these borrowed words to tell time, specify one’s age, a year, the amount of money, or the number of things. Some examples of telling time using these borrowed words are given below.

1:05   “ala-una beynte uno”

4:15   “alas-kuwatro kinse”

6:30   “alas-seis treynta”

7:22   “alas-siyete beynte y dos”

We use these number words to specify a year or a decade.

1521  “mil kinyentos beynte uno”

1890  “mil otso siyentos nobenta”

1975  “mil nuwebe siyentos setenta y singko”

70’s  “dekada setenta”

90’s  “dekada nobenta”

We also use these numbers to indicate a person or thing’s age.

Si Maria ay kinse anyos. (Maria is fifteen years old.)

I have not made any worksheets on this topic but you may request for them by leaving a comment. Please specify the highest number in the worksheet you need.

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Please leave a comment if you find an error or errors in the article.