SIYA

Commonly pronounced the days as “shah”

siya
he, she, it

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IYO

sa iyo, mo

iyo
your, yours

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ALIN

This is a pronoun.

Alin?
Which?

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AKÓ   

Ang salitang “ako” ay pamalit sa pangalan o ngalan ng nagsasalita o unang panauhan.

akó
I, me

Ako ay tao.
I am a person.

Mahal mo ako.
You love me.

Ako rin.
Me too.

Ako ba?
Me?
The reference was to me?

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NIYA

paari, isahan at panghuli

niya
his, her, its

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MO

iyo

mo
your

 ang tatay mo
= ang iyong tatay
your father

ang lapis mo
= ang iyong lapis
your pencil

This Tagalog pronoun mo is used only when the ‘you’ is one person. If more than one person, use ninyo (n’yo).

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KO

This word is a pronoun.

ko
my, I

ang libro ko
= ang aking libro
my book

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NINYO

The word ninyo is what grammarians call a “genitive pronoun.”

It works like a plural version of mo (‘you’).

Talking to one person:

Anong ginagawa mo?
What are you doing?

Talking to two or more persons:

Anong ginagawa ninyo?
What are you doing?

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