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  • sa

    in, at

    na

    indicates that an action has completed: now, already (usu. follows action word)

    ang

    definite article, subject marker

    ng

    Multiple usages: linker, predicate marker, indefinite article

    mga

    plural marker

    ko

    my (ng-class)

    ay

    inversion particle (Doctor ako. > Ako ay doctor.)

    ako

    I (ang-class)

    lang

    only, just

    hindi, di

    no

    pa

    indicates that something has not finished/completed: (adv) yet, still

    mo

    your (ng-class pronoun)

    may

    there is/are

    kung

    (conj) when, whenever, if, during (conjunction used to indicate non-actual occurrences viewed as unreal, hypothetical or repeated.)

    ni

    The non-focus marker. This marker usually marks things that are not the subject of the sentence (as opposed to ang) and is sometimes the equivalent of the preposition "of". Ni is used before proper names.

    naman

    used to make contrasts; so, likewise, also, too

    si

    (marker) used before proper noun

    ka

    you (ang-class pronoun)

    ito

    this (ang)

    yung, ung

    the, those (specifier)

    para

    for

    isa, isa't

    one, each

    nga

    (a) emphatic particle: truly, really, certainly; (b) request particle: roughly translates commands into more polite requests

    ba

    question marker

    pero

    but

    siya

    he, she (ang-class)

    niya, nya

    he, she; his, hers (ng-class)

    rin/din

    also

    kaya

    able, capable

    o

    or

    kasi, kase

    because

    dahil

    because

    wala

    non-existence particle: none, absent

    nang

    when

    lahat

    all

    nila

    their, they (ng-class)

    sila

    they (ang-class)

    kami

    we (exclusive; ang-class)

    talaga

    really

    ngayon

    now, today

    ano; anu-ano (plural)

    what

    alam

    know

    respect particle

    eh

    way of saying "because" or "that's why" (usu. follows the comment)

    iyon/yon/yun

    that

    kahit

    even if, even though

    dito

    here

    namin

    we (exclusive; ng-class)

    kaniya, kanya

    (non-subject) her, his

    tao

    person, man

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