Question: How do you use " Ng " in a sentence?

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Jul 14 2021, 7:31am CST ~ 1 week, 7 days ago. 
Question: How do you use " Ng " in a sentence?
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Jul 14 2021, 12:35pm CST ~ 1 week, 7 days ago. 
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Author Photo Bituingmaykinang
Jul 18 2021, 2:47pm CST ~ 1 week, 2 days ago. 
Ng is a marker. You'll have to learn the whole ang-ng to learn how to use ng in a sentence
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Author Photo Desmond
Jul 19 2021, 1:48pm CST ~ 1 week, 2 days ago. 
"Ng" is either a marker or the preposition "of." For example, "Bumili sila ng mais
(They bought corn). "Ng" marks the direct object of verbs conjugated in the affixe "um." (The root word of "bumili" is "bili." The affix "um" is an infix in this example. Another example: "Dinasalan ng mga tao ang istatwa ni Santa Margarita" (The people prayed to St Margaret's statue). "Ng" in this sentence marks the doer/actor/subject of the sentence with the verb conjugated in "an/han/nan." An example of "ng" used as the preposition "of": "ang baril ng tenyente" (the lieutenant's gun, OR the gun of the lieutenant). These a few uses of "ng."
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Author Photo ThatLucas
Jul 19 2021, 3:14pm CST ~ 1 week, 1 day ago. 
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