Possessive Pronouns

VOCABULARY

My

Ako/ Akoa/ Akoang/ Akong

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Your/ yours (singular)

Imo/imoha/imohang/ imong

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Your/ yours (plural)

Inyo/ Inyoha/ inyohang/ inyong

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His/ Her

Iya/ Iyaha/ Iyang/ Iyahang

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Ours (inclusive)

Ato/ Atoa/ Atoang/ 

Atong 

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Ours (inclusive; talking to a person not part of the group.

Amo/ Amoa/Amoang/

Among

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Theirs

Ila/ Ilaha/Ilang/

Ilahang

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This is mine.

Akoa ni. 

Ako ni.

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This

Kani, Kiri, Kini, Ani, Aning

Ni (shortcut)

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That

Kana

Na (shortcut)

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That over there

Kato, Kadto

to (shortcut)

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To go

Adto.

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My girl friends.

Akoang mga amiga.

Akong mga amiga.

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Friend - girl

amiga

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Friend - boy

amigo

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Girlfriend/ Boyfriend

Uyab

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Is this yours?

Imo ni?

Imoha ni?

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Where is your money?

Asa imong kwarta?

Asa man imong kwarta?

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Where

Asa

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*Man (mahn)

* no equivalent English translation

- added to give more emphasis to emotion

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Is this yours? (used when referring to the groups owership of a particular object)

Inyoha ni?

Inyo ni?

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Is it raining there?

Nag-ulan sa inyo?

Nag-ulan sa inyoha?

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Raining

Nag-ulan

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There

Inyo / Inyoha

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Did you guys bring the school supplies?

Inyohang gidala ang mga school supplies?

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Bring

To bring

root word: dala

Gidala

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Ang mga

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This is his/ hers.

Iya ni.

Iyaha ni.

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His/her bag is nice.

Nindot iyang bag.

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Nice

Nindot

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Ato/Atoa/ Atong/ Atoang

is used when a member is speaking to another member of the same group.

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This is ours.

Atoa ni.

Ato ni.

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Our father is just cool. Our father is a peaceful person. Our father is just going with flow.

Atong amahan kay walay libog. (speaking to sibling)

Among amahan kay walay libog. (speaking to non-member of the family)

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Father

Amahan

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Is

kay

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Confuse

Libog

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walay libog

is an idiomatic expression which means cool, going with the flow, peaceful person.

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Amo/ Amoa/ Among/ Amoang

used when a member of a group is speaking to an outsider.

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This is ours.

Amo ni.

Amoa ni.

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Our project is not done yet.

Amoang project kay wala pa nahuman

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Not yet

Wala pa

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Done

root word: human

Nahuman

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This is theirs.

Ila ni.

Ilaha ni.

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Where is Inday's place?

Asa ilang Inday?

Asa ang lugar ni Inday?

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Bring their bags.

Dala-a ilang mga bags.

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Where

Asa

Diin

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To bring or carry

Dala-a / Dal-a

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mga

plural subject marker

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