This is used when the previous word ends on a consonant except n. This is not written on the previous word, but separately. It`s between the modifier and the word that it changes. With suffixes -in and -an, when the root word ends in a vowel, the suffixes initially add an h to become -hin and -han to make speech more natural. This usually does not happen with basic words that end in pseudovokales like w and y. An example is Basa, who becomes basahin rather than basain. Gaano (from ka- ana) means how, but is used to ask for the quality of an adjective or an adverb. The root word of the modifier is preceded in this ka- (16a) construction. Ilon means how much (16b). Kumusta is used to learn about what something is.
(16 quater) It is often used as a greeting, which means how are you? It is derived from Spanish, it`s?. Magkano (from mag – gaano) means how much and is usually used to ask for the price of something (16d). Paano (per pa- ana) is used to ask how something is done or happened (16th). Note for “daw/raw and rin/din”: if the previous letter is a consonant with the exception of y and w, the letter d is used in each word, conversely for z.B. pagd`rasal, instead of pagd`dasal There are three words of negation: “Hind, wal” and huw`g. Tagalog`s interrogation words are: amen, ana, bekit, ga`no, il`n, kailén, kanén, kumusté, magkéno, nakan`no, nasaén, n`no, pa`no, saén and s`no. With the exception of Bakit, Kamusta and Nasan, all interrogation words have optional plural forms that are formed by repeating. They are used when the person asking the question foreshadows a pluralistic answer and can be called wh phrases. The syntactic position of these types of sentences can be seen in (12a).
The words daw and raw, which mean “he said” /”they said”/ they said, are sometimes used with actual translations of “he said” / “she said,” it`s sabi niy, and “they said,” it`s sabi nil. They are also related to the tagalog of “you said” is sabi mo. But this time, both daw and raw mean “so-called/supposed.” The word “mga” is not necessary if the knot/pronom is right next to the adjective. These consist of the basic word and one or more affixes. THE FIRST 100% MOBILE NETWORKING COMPANY, with a fully possible Android and iOS app, suitable for all global markets for high-end real-time mobile technology, gives you the unique opportunity to turn your smartphone into an ATM. ✅ MORE ABOUT CROWD1 Crowd1 uses participatory marketing and online networks to create a strong number of members who want to take advantage of the benefits of agreements with profitable third-party companies in the entertainment industry.