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Question: Why first "ng tiket" and later in the the same sentenc

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Author Photo by: TagaErik
Feb 22 2021, 2:20pm CST ~ 1 week, 6 days ago. 
Question: Why first "ng tiket" and later in the the same sentence "sa tiket"?
 
I don't understand the the different uses of "ng" and "sa" here. Can someone with more knowledge make this more clear for me? That would be most appreciated.
 
Mas mataas ang halaga NG tiket sa konsiyerto kaysa SA tiket sa sine.
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Author Photo jkos Badge: AdminBadge: SupporterBadge: Serious SupporterBadge: VIP Supporter
Feb 22 2021, 2:23pm CST ~ 1 week, 6 days ago. 
@TagaErik
 
In the first case, "ng" is serving as the word "of"...
"ang halaga ng tiket" = "the price of the ticket".
 
In the second case, they're using the "kaysa sa" comparison sentence pattern...
Ex:
"Mas mahirap ito kaysa sa iyan."
"Mas matalino siya kaysa sa akin."
"Mas matangkad si Jane kaysa sa kanya."
 
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Author Photo TagaErik
Feb 22 2021, 2:35pm CST ~ 1 week, 6 days ago. 
Oh, okay. That makes a lot of sense and made it much more clear for me. Thank you bunches for the clear explanation.
 
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Author Photo SiAko
Feb 26 2021, 9:23pm CST ~ 1 week, 2 days ago. 
@jkos
thumbs up.
As explained kaysa sa is the comparative form ( more than / less than ) in Tagalog and is always followed by SA form; hence, Mas mahirap ito kaysa dyan ( not sa iyan because iyan is ANG form )
 
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Author Photo Lubao16
Feb 27 2021, 12:57pm CST ~ 1 week, 1 day ago. 
@TagaErik "ng" ticket = "of" ; "sa" sine = "at" explain: 1. ng ticket is for ticket itself, 2. sa sine: place where u use the
ticket
 
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