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Solved.
posted: Mar 2nd, 2022 4:35pm
"Solved...."
Question: "sa" vs. "ng" in a particular context.
posted: Dec 21st, 2021 2:09pm
"Question: "sa" vs. "ng" in a particular context. I recently came across the sentence: "Hindi mo sa akin ipinakita ang mga larawan sa kasal." My questions are: 1) Can "larawan sa kasal" be replaced with "larawan ng kasal."? 2) If the answer to 1) is "yes", does the substitution alter the meaning of the sentence significantly? Many thanks as always...."
@jkos Big thumbs up!
posted: Oct 26th, 2021 5:24pm
"@jkos Big thumbs up!..."
I am not a native speaker, but I believe a more literal translat
posted: Oct 20th, 2021 2:11pm
"I am not a native speaker, but I believe a more literal translation might be: "That is absolutely capable of being handled by our car." Hence, "...ng sasakyan natin."..."
@aemuhn Netflix has "Birdshot" and "Goyo: the Boy General." Bot
posted: Oct 6th, 2021 7:45pm
"@aemuhn Netflix has "Birdshot" and "Goyo: the Boy General." Both are good dramas, and, as a bonus, with "Goyo" you can learn some history...."
@PinoyTaj Yeah. I went through the RS course a few years ago, a
posted: Sep 20th, 2021 11:05am
"@PinoyTaj Yeah. I went through the RS course a few years ago, and was underwhelmed to say the least!..."
@PinoyTaj It’s a story from Rosetta Stone.
posted: Sep 20th, 2021 11:00am
"@PinoyTaj It’s a story from Rosetta Stone...."
@PinoyTaj, @AMBoy Thanks for your responses. "I am not his/her
posted: Sep 20th, 2021 10:50am
"@PinoyTaj, @AMBoy Thanks for your responses. "I am not his/her grandmother," doesn't seem to make sense in the context. Here is more; the speaker is a young boy: "Hindi ko siya lola, at hindi siya lola ng mga kaibigan ko. Pero dahil matanda na siya at puti ang buhok, 'lola' siya ng lahat ng bata sa aming kalye." "I am not his/her grandmother," would mean a little boy is saying he is not an old woman's grandmother. I think I'm missing something. Any further thoughts?..."
Question: Syntax question:
posted: Sep 20th, 2021 7:16am
"Question: Syntax question: I read the following sentence in a story: "Hindi ko siya lola." I presume that it means, "She is not my grandmother," but the word order seems strange. I would think it would be, "Hindi siya lola ko," or "Hindi lola ko siya." Any thoughts?..."








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