Useful Lists

For those of you who are new followers of this blog, I’ve collected in this post several pdf files that I’ve previously posted (in separate posts) and that you may find useful.  Most of these files are lists.  I hope this saves you some time searching the Internet.

You may print and distribute them to your students or children, but please do not sell or distribute them for profit.

1.  Salitang may Panlapi  (unlapi, gitlapi, hulapi, kabilaan, at laguhan)

2.  Salitang Inuulit (Filipino repeated words)

3.  Tambalang Salita (Filipino compound words)

4.  Kambal katinig (Filipino words with consonant clusters)

5.  Diptonggo (Filipino words with diphthongs)

6.  Mga Salitang Magkasingkahulugan (Filipino synonyms)

7.  Mga Salitang Magkasalungat (Filipino antonyms)

8.  Kasarian ng Pangngalan (Filipino words with different grammatical gender)

9.   Mga Uri ng Pangngalan Ayon sa Konsepto: Pangngalang Tahas at Pangngalang Basal (Filipino concrete and abstract nouns)

10.  Mga Pangngalang Basal (Filipino abstract nouns)

11.  Mga Pangngalang Palansak (Filipino collective nouns)

12.  Panahunan/Aspekto ng Pandiwa (Grammatical tense of Filipino verbs)

13.  Mga Pang-uri (Common Filipino adjectives)

14.  Mga Bahagi ng Aklat (Parts of a book in Filipino)

15.  Mga Rehiyon ng Pilipinas (Philippine regions and provinces)

16.  Ang Wastong Paggamit ng Ng at Nang

17.  Key Terms in Learning Filipino

18.  Pagbilang sa Filipino (How to count in Filipino; also includes numbers in Spanish)

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Useful Lists

  1. Magandang araw po. Nais ko pong magpasalamat ng lubos sa inyo. Ako ay nakatira dito sa Canada at bahagi po ako ng Boluntaryong pagmimisteryo upang tulungan ang iba ng tungkol sa salita ng Diyos. Ako lang po ang boluntaryong PIlipino dito at maraming Pilipinong kailangang matulungan. Kaya naman, may mga nagboluntaryo ding mga Canadian upang tumulong sa mga Pilipino. Sila ngayon ay nag-aaral ng wikang Tagalog. Dahil ako lang po ang Pilipinong boluntaryo dito, ako po ang naatasan upang magturo ng Tagalog. Talaga namang iba pala ang pagtuturo ng wikang mula pagkabata ay alam na, kaysa sa nalalaman lang. Kailangan ko munang turuan ang sarili ko para maturuan ko din ang iba. At dahil dito, nagpapasalamat po ako sa inyong mga post, mga listahan ng mga salita, aralin at mga paliwag sa iba’t-ibang aspekto ng Tagalog. Sana po ay pagpalain kayo sa mabuting gawa na ito kung saan hanggang dito sa Canada ay nakikinabang kami. Kahit hindi man ako makapag-comment palagi, nais ko pong malaman ninyo na lubos ang pasasalamat ko. Salamat po ulit. – Maya Harrison, NB Canada

    • Hi, Maya! Thank you very much for sharing your story here. I’m very happy to hear that my worksheets are helping Filipinos (and foreigners) abroad doing valuable volunteer work. I’m sure it is a challenge to teach adults a foreign language and I’m happy to be able to assist you in any way I can. I wish you the best of luck in your endeavors!

  2. Hi! I came across your website as I was checking my daughter’s (who’s in Grade 1) notebook in Wika. Her teacher downloaded one of the worksheets and made them answer them. Was so happy to find out so many worksheets here that I can use to review my two younger kids. The other one is in Grade 2.

    Thank you so much for painstakingly making the worksheets and the lessons. I find this section also of the listing of the lessons very helpful. As i am a full-time employed mother who also tutor my children every night, I find your site very helpful. It is heaven-sent!

  3. Maraming salamat po napaka laking tulong po ng worksheets nyo lalo na po at libre namin itong nagagamit para sa aming anak. God bless you po! 🙂 -From Bulacan

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