Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Fruits)

Anong klaseng prutas ito?
What kind of fruit is this?

Ano ang paborito mong prutas?
What fruit do you like most?

Mansanas ang paborito ko.
Apples are my favorite.

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Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Days)

The word linggo means both “week” and “Sunday” — in the latter case, it is written capitalized.

mga araw ng linggo
days of the week

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Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Vegetables)

Anong klaseng gulay ito?
What kind of vegetable is this?

Anong paborito mong gulay?
What’s your favorite vegetable?

Ayoko ng gulay.
I don’t like vegetables.

Ano ang paborito mong gulay?
What’s your favorite vegetable?

Sayote ang paborito ko.
Chayote is my favorite.

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Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Fish)

The Tagalog word for ‘fish’ is isda.

Anong klaseng isda ito?
What kind of fish is this?

Sariwa ba ito?
Is this fresh?

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Pronouns in Sentences

These are examples of how pronouns are used in Tagalog sentences.

Ako ay pagod.
I am tired.

Ikaw ay nag-iisa.
You are alone.

Siya ay dumating.
He / She arrived.

Kami ay napagod.
We got tired. (not including you)

Kayo ay mga duwag.
You are cowards.

Tayo ay mga nars.
We are nurses. (including you)

Sila ay nagreklamo.
They complained.

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Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Nature)

The Tagalog word for ‘nature’ is kalikasan.

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Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Adjectives)

The Tagalog word for “adjective” is pang-uri.

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Examples of Tagalog Sentences (Meat)

Ang sarap ng lechon!
The roasted pig is delicious!

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