Mga Bahagi ng Mukha (Part 3)

I made a new version of the worksheets in "Mga Bahagi ng Mukha" (Parts of the Face). The pdf file has both the worksheets with a girl's face and a boy's face. Click on the link below, not the thumbnails, to open the pdf file in another tab. Mga Bahagi ng Mukha The last worksheet asks the student to draw his or her own face. You may print and distribute these worksheets to your children or students, but you may not do so for profit.

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Pang-abay na Panang-ayon, Pananggi, at Pang-agam

The discussion below is the result of my understanding of Filipino adverbs. Since I am not a Filipino teacher, please feel free to leave a comment below if you find an error in the discussion. Thank you. Pang-abay na panang-ayon In Filipino, adverbs that express affirmation or agreement about the action expressed by a verb, about the quality expressed by an adjective, or about another adverb are called pang-abay na panang-ayon. The word ayon or sang-ayon means agreeable. Examples of pang-abay na panang-ayon are listed below. oo, opo, oho (yes) sige (okay, all right) talaga (really, surely, certainly) tunay (really, truly, actually) tiyak (surely, definitely, certainly) walang duda (undoubtedly) sigurado (surely, undoubtedly) siyempre (of course, naturally, certainly) siyanga (of course, indeed) Here are some examples of sentences in Filipino with pang-abay na panang-ayon. The pang-abay is in boldface and the underlined word (verb, adjective, or adverb) is the word that…

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