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Lesson 49: -AN Locative Verbal Aspects

While the verbal aspects of -AN Object Focus Verbs and -AN Locative Focus Verbs are similar, the difference lies in their functions and sentence structures. This lesson centers on the -AN Locative Ver

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Lesson 48: -AN Object Verbal Aspects

The verbal aspects of -AN Object Focus Verbs and -AN Locative Focus Verbs share the same pattern. The difference lies in sentence structure. We will focus on the -AN Object Verbal Aspects first, while

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Lesson 47: I- Object Verbal Aspects

The verbal aspects of I- Object Focus Verbs are mostly similar to that of -IN Object Focus Verbs, but with an added twist.A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording:My he

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Lesson 46: -IN Verbal Aspects

We now shift to learning the verbal aspects of object focus verbs, starting with action words that use the -IN suffix.A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording:My heartf



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Lesson 45: MANG- Verbal Aspects

This lesson covers the verbal aspects of MANG- Actor Focus Verbs. The MANG- prefix has a unique feature: it morphs depending on the first letter of the root word.A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patr

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Lesson 44: MA- Verbal Aspects

First of all, lesson covers the verbal aspects of both MA actor focus verbs and MA object focus verbs. While they share the same prefix and follow the same verbal aspect pattern, th

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Lesson 43: MAG- Verbal Aspects

Now that we have learned how verbal aspects work, let's discuss how they are applied to MAG actor focus verbs.Stick around at the end of this episode to listen to a preview of Kakayanin: Filipino Suc

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Lesson 42: UM Verbal Aspects

We now move on to learning the Tagalog verbal aspects, which work like verb tenses in the English language but with slight differences. We will then learn about how to express the UM actor focus verbs


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Lesson 41: Benefactive, Instrumental, And Causative Focus Verbs

This lesson talks about the last batch of verbal focus, namely: Benefactive (which uses the I- or IPAG- prefixes), Instrumental (which uses the IPANG-, IPAM- or IPAN- prefixes), and Causative/ Rationa

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Lesson 40: -IN And PAG-AN Locative Focus Verbs

Apart from the -AN suffix, Locative Focus Verbs use the -IN suffix and the PAG-AN affix combination.A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this Putz, Isak Buan, Glad

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Lesson 39: -AN Locative Focus Verbs

(NOTE: This episode was originally published on Patreon on October 28, 2020.)Another function of the -AN suffix is to create locative focus verbs. How can you tell it apart from the -AN object focus v

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Lesson 38: -AN Object Focus Verbs

(NOTE: This episode was originally published on Patreon on September 30, 2020.)The -AN suffix has many functions, one of which is to turn root words into object focus verbs.A heartfelt appreciation to


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Lesson 37: MA- Object Focus Verbs

This batch of Tagalog Object Focus Verbs features the use of the MA- prefix, which we previously used to create adjectives and Actor Focus Verbs.A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons:- Caroline Ja

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Lesson 36: I- Object Focus Verbs

We continue our lesson about Object Focus Verbs, this time concentrating on the I- prefix.A heartfelt thanks to my $5 Patrons:- Caroline Jane Walsh- Jess L- Gladys Trinidad- Elaine- Niña Lerch- Christ

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Lesson 35: -IN Object Focus Verbs

Everything in a Tagalog sentence shifts depending on where the focus marker is placed. This lesson is the first of our series about Object Focus Verbs, which are used if the focus of the sentence is a

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Lesson 34: -UM-, MAG-, And MA- Actor Focus Verbs

It is time to pay attention to the most difficult part of learning the Tagalog language: verbs. In this lesson, we learn about the Actor Focus Verbs or how to conjugate verb roots if the focus of the


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Lesson 33: ILAN? (How Many?)

This episode focuses on the Tagalog word for how many. We will also focus on why Filipinos need to open a discussion about why Black lives matter.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Caroline Jane Wal

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Lesson 32: SAAN? (Where? Part 2)

This is the second half of our lesson about SAAN (where), which includes three new questions words that are based on it: NASAAN, TAGASAAN, and PARA SAAN.May is Asian and Pacific Islander American Heri

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Lesson 31: SAAN? (Where? Part 1)

This lesson is the first part of our discussion about SAAN, the Tagalog word for where.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Caroline Jane Walsh- Jess L- Craig Putz- Elaine- Raph- Abigail Rotzoll- Carl

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Lesson 30: SINO? (Who?)

Continuing our series about questions, we will learn about SINO, the Tagalog word for who.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Caroline Jane Walsh- Jess L- Craig Putz- Elaine- Raph- Abigail Rotzoll- C


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Lesson 29: ANO? (What?)

Continuing our lesson about questions, we take a deeper dive into ANO, the Tagalog word for What.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Caroline Jane Walsh- Jess L- Craig Putz- Elaine- Raph- Abigail Rot

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Lesson 28: The BA Question Particle

This is the first of our series of lessons about questions. Here we learn how any sentence becomes a yes-or-no question just by adding a single word into the mix. Where that word is placed, however, r

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Lesson 27: HUWAG and AYAW Negation Words

This is the second half of our lesson about negations, featuring negative commands and negative actions. We also learn about what happens when we use two negative words in a sentence.A heartfelt thank

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Lesson 26: WALA and HINDI Negation Words

This is the first lesson about negations or expressing negatives in a sentence. Here we discuss the Tagalog words for nothing and no.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Jess L- Raphprobably- Elaine


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Lesson 25: Non-verb Sentences

In this lesson, we create Tagalog sentences without using any verbs.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Jess L- Raphprobably- Elaine- Craig Putz- Abigail Rotzoll- Natasha Esguerra- Roger Schachtel- The

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Lesson 24: Foundations Of A Tagalog Sentence

We've learned about the basic components of Tagalog grammar; now it's time to use them in building a sentence.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Jess L- Raphprobably- Elaine- Craig Putz- Abigail Rotzo

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Lesson 23: Superlative Adjectives, Part 2

It's Go Filipino's first birthday! Many thanks to everyone who has listened and supported this humble podcast for the past 12 months.In this lesson, we wrap up our discussion about the superlative adj

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Lesson 22: Superlative Adjectives, Part 1

Superlative adjectives in the Tagalog language are more than just most and -est, This lesson is the first part of learning how to craft Tagalog superlatives.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Lisa


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Lesson 21: Comparative Adjectives

We continue our lesson about Tagalog adjectives. This time, we talk about comparative adjectives or how Tagalog speakers compare two or more nouns.A heartfelt thanks to my Patrons:- Abigail Rotzoll- N

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Lesson 20: Neutral Adjectives

New year, new lesson! This lesson talks about Tagalog adjectives, specifically the neutral kind. We also learn how Tagalog adjectives link with the nouns they describe and its additional functions.A h

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Lesson 19: Demonstrative Locative Pronouns

Happy New Year, everyone! Manigong Bagong Taon sa inyong lahat! This episode is the final part about pronouns, where we learn about the demonstrative locative pronouns. They are also the only pronouns

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Lesson 18: Plural Personal Locative Pronouns

The verbal aspects of I- Object Focus Verbs are mostly similar to that of -IN Object Focus Verbs, but with an added twist.A heartfelt appreciation to my $5 Patrons mentioned as of this recording:My he3



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