These exercises are basically identical to the ones in our previous post “Direct and Indirect Object: Sentence Analysis and Exercises/Worksheets” — except that this time, we are doing the Tagalog version.
To identify the simuno, panaguri, tuwirang layon, and di-tuwirang layon in the sentence, first, we ask: what is the action? Ano ang kilos?
Next, we ask: who or what is doing the action? Sino o ano ang gumagawa ng kilos?
Then, we ask: who or what is receiving the action? Sino o ano ang tumatanggap ng kilos?
Finally, we ask: who or what is the action for? Para kanino o para sa ano ang kilos?
The action is the panaguri (specifically, the verb in the predicate); the doer of the action is the simuno; the receiver of the action is the tuwirang layon; and whoever or whatever the action is for is the di-tuwirang layon.
Note on the Worksheets
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