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. 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…

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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…

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