Pang-uri o Pang-abay Worksheets

Some Filipino adjectives may be used as adverbs.  Adjectives describe nouns or pronouns, while adverbs describe verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs.

The three pdf worksheets below practice the student’s ability to tell whether a Filipino word is used as an adjective (pang-uri) or as an adverb (pang-abay). The second page in each file is the answer key.

You may print and distribute these worksheets to you children or students, but you may not do so for profit.  These worksheets are appropriate for fifth or sixth grade students.

1.  Pang-uri o Pang-abay_1

2.  Pang-uri o Pang-abay_2

3.  Pang-uri o Pang-abay_3

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9 thoughts on “Pang-uri o Pang-abay Worksheets

  1. rizza July 5, 2016 / 6:44 am

    tanx

  2. DES September 21, 2016 / 8:05 am

    thank you for the answer i am really glad that i met this page once again thank you

  3. Raisa Ibarreta January 5, 2017 / 11:01 am

    Is there answer keys?

    • samutsamot_mom January 14, 2017 / 2:37 pm

      The second page of each PDF file is the answer key.

  4. Tara March 15, 2017 / 2:54 am

    love this samut-samot.the best.thanks for making it easy for me to review my children during exams because of your worksheets.

  5. Hannah January 22, 2018 / 12:57 pm

    Thanks po samut-samot nagrereiew ako ngayon

  6. MommyLdz February 7, 2018 / 2:38 am

    English words as an explanation to each Tagalog term is very helpful. Thank you so much. I will highly recommend this site to my co-parents who are struggling with reviewing the Filipino subject with their kids.

    • samutsamot_mom February 7, 2018 / 2:56 am

      You’re welcome! Thank you for supporting my blog!

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