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16. Counting in Filipino - 1 to 10

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What number do you think is the most difficult to pronounce?

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Hello Angelo,

Thank you for posting.
We only pick a few vocabulary and introduce them in the vocabulary list.

All numbers (1-10) are written in the Lesson Notes PDF in the Grammar section.
I recommend to check it while listening to the audio.

Let us know if you have any question.
Sincerely,
Lena
Team FilipinoPod101.com

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Hi Linnie,

Dalawa ends with a vowel so it must be conjugated with the connecting word before the word it describes. With this rule in mind, dalawang tao is correct since dalawa was conjugated with the word ng. You may consider that the book writes dalawa mga tao to show the unconjugated form.

Salamat!

Betsey
Team FilipinoPod101.com

avatar Linnie

why it’s so different what I have seen in book? In book, 2 two people is dalawa mga tao. It’s not dalawang tao? Can you explain?

avatar Angelo

Hi, there seem to be some numbers missing from the line by line audio and vocabulary …
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