The Tagalog word sa is a preposition that can mean to, at, in, for or on, depending on the context.
The prefix pinaka- is used to form superlative adjectives.
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The Tagalog word for ‘adjective’ is pang-uri.
SUPERLATIVE FORM OF TAGALOG ADJECTIVES
the most ~
the most beautiful
Ito ang pinakamalinis.
This is the cleanest.
Siya ang pinakamalakas.
She/He is the strongest.
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The Tagalog word ni is placed before names. It can be translated as ‘of’ in certain contexts.
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The simplest, easiest way to say “Let’s…” in Tagalog is to use the verb and then add tayo.
A more advanced way to say “Let’s…” in Tagalog is to conjugate the verb, then add tayo.
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The Tagalog word si is what grammarians call a “personal topic marker.”
In Tagalog, you use it in front of a proper name. It’s something you don’t need in English, but you must remember to use it in Tagalog!
Si Andrew ay matangkad.
Andrew is tall.
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