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TAGALOG LINKERS Some Occurrences of LinkersSource: Ramos, T.V. (1971)Tagalog Stuctures
Uses of Linkers Link words that are related to each other as a modifier and a modified word
Kinds of Linkers na - is a linker that connects when the first word ends in a consonant. Ng - is a variant of na which is attached to the first word that ends in a vowel
Before or after the noun headadjective + linker+ noun (or vice versa) payat na Maria Mariang payat Demonstrative Pronoun + linker + noun (vice versa) itong bahay bahay na ito
Sa Pronoun (my, mine, his, her, etc.) + linker + nounboth positions can occur for emphasis itong bahay na ito Sa Pronoun (my, mine, his, her, etc.) + linker + noun aking bahay iyong bahay
Interrogative Pronoun (who, what, etc.)+ linker + NounSinong taong ito? Aling pagkain ang gusto mo? Kaninong lapis ito? Ilang selyo ang gusto mo? Anong kalye ito?
Indefinite Pronoun (anybody, somebody) + linker + nounibang tao sinumang tao Numeral +linker +noun tatlong babae apat na babae
Quantifier (expresses /in/definite numbers/amount) + linker + nounkaunting kanin maraming tao Noun + linker + noun kapatid na babae babaeng kapatid
title + linker + noun Binibining Crail Aling MichelleGinoong Ben/Ginang Miller
Existential Particle (there is, there are no..)+ linker+ nounmayroong lapis walang lapis verb+linker+verb ang tumatakbong bata
adverb (modify verb, nouns, adjectives) + linker+time nountuwing umaga tuwing Oktubre tuwing lunes
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