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Tuesday at 10:10 AM
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Hi Agne,

In this case, if we used 'ako' the sentence 'kailangan ako ng doktor' would mean 'I am needed by the doctor.'

The sentence 'kailangan ko ng doktor' is the same as 'I need a doctor'.

If we turn these sentences into the Di-Karaniwang form (sentences with 'ay') we'd be able to distinguish which is the subject and predicate of these two.

1. Kailangan ko ng doktor.

DK form: Doktor ay kailangan ko.

English: (A) doctor is needed by me.

2. Kailangan ako ng doktor.

DK form: Ako ay kailangan ng doktor.

English: I am needed by the doctor.

We see here that 'ko' functions as 'I' rather than 'my/mine'.

Salamat sa iyong tanong!


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Tuesday at 12:17 PM
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I mena in the sentence "Kailangan ko ng doktor"

Tuesday at 12:16 PM
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Why we use "ko" not "ako" here for I?