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  1. naminused to make contrasts; so, likewise, also, too

          

  2. siyahe, she (ang-class)

          

  3. baquestion marker

          

  4. hindi, dialso

          

  5. sain, at

          

  6. oyour (ng-class pronoun)

          

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

          

  8. ano; anu-ano (plural)what

          

  9. perofor

          

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

          

  11. talaganon-existence particle: none, absent

          

  12. kasi, kase(non-subject) her, his

          

  13. eh(marker) used before proper noun

          

  14. paraindicates that something has not finished/completed: (adv) yet, still

          

  15. niya, nyahe, she; his, hers (ng-class)

          

  16. rin/dinwe (exclusive; ng-class)

          

  17. alamnon-existence particle: none, absent

          

  18. niThe 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.

          

  19. nangwhen

          

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

          

  21. ngayonnow, today

          

  22. nilatheir, they (ng-class)

          

  23. silahe, she (ang-class)

          

  24. ditothis (ang)

          

  25. angMultiple usages: linker, predicate marker, indefinite article

          

  26. respect particle

          

  27. kayou (ang-class pronoun)

          

  28. maythere is/are

          

  29. kungMultiple usages: linker, predicate marker, indefinite article

          

  30. koyou (ang-class pronoun)

          

  31. itothis (ang)

          

  32. kayaable, capable

          

  33. si(marker) used before proper noun

          

  34. isa, isa'tone, each

          

  35. moor

          

  36. naThe 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.

          

  37. kaniya, kanyahe, she; his, hers (ng-class)

          

  38. walaknow

          

  39. namanused to make contrasts; so, likewise, also, too

          

  40. aythere is/are

          

  41. kahitbecause

          

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

          

  43. iyon/yon/yunthat

          

  44. dahilbecause

          

  45. langonly, just

          

  46. akoI (ang-class)

          

  47. lahateven if, even though

          

  48. kamiwe (exclusive; ang-class)

          

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

          

  50. taoindicates that something has not finished/completed: (adv) yet, still