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ANO
(what) neutral interrogative pronoun; referring to things, activities, quality
ANU-ANO
(what plural) (answered by series of objects, activities,qualities,etc.)
ALIN
(which) (refers to either person or things)(answered by :Ito;Iyan;Iyon)
ALIN-ALIN
(which plural) (refers to either person or things)
KANINO
(whose)(answered by “ng” phrase/ or their substitutes and “sa” phrase to indicate possession
KANI-KANINO
(whose plural)(answered by “ng” phrase/ or their substitutes and “sa” phrase to indicate possession
PARA KANINO
(for whom) (answered by) “para sa + common noun ’’ or “para kay + Proper name ” )
ILAN
(how many) (occurs before count nouns)(answered by numerals indicating quantity)
GAANO
(how much)( time/ occurs before mass noun=non-countable nouns)(answered by mass nouns preceded by quantifiers)( how long) for time
MAGKANO
(how much)(used in buying and selling)(answered by the price being bought)
SINO
who) = personal interrogative pronoun referring to person; answered by “si or ang phrase”
SINU-SINO
(answered by plural proper names marker “sina”)
KAILAN
(when)( answered by time expression)
SAAN
(where) (answered by locative phrases marked “sa + the location”)= used with an action word
NASAAN
(where)(always followed by a substantive, noun or pronoun. (movable) = always answered with “nasa + location”
SAAN SA
(where at/ in) (asking for more specific location)
PAANO
(how) (answered by adverbs of manner)
BAKIT
(why) (elicits a respond introduced by: dahil; sapagkat; kasi) (because)
Dapat
must; should; would; has to
Maari/ Puwede
can be, may, could; can; indicates possibility
Kailangan
needs to; necessary
Ibig/ Gusto
likes, desires ( “ng group”)
Ayaw
does not like; dislike ( ng group)
Ang
Very. Ang mahal=very expensive
Medyo
somewhat; slightly; so-so; kind a (no linker)
Masyado
very; exceedingly (with “ng” linker)
Naka
(prefix) meaning state, condition or appearance
Ma
function like adverb of manner (limited )
Pang (Pan-Pam)
“used for”
Ka

Maka
relationship

in favor of; inclined to believed in
Dito

Narito
(here) ( near the person speaking)
Diyan

Nariyan
(there) ( near the person spoken to)
Doon

Naroon
(There) ( far from both)
Gaano Katagal
How Long (Time)
Gaaano Kalayo
How Far