Tagalog Negation: The Negator WALA

The Negator WALA WALA is generally used to negate existential and prepositional sentences. They imply the non-existence or absence of someone or something. This is done by using the negator WALA in place of the existential particle MAY/MAYROON or in place of the “preposition” NASA. In the case of the prepositional sentence, it more complex than this, but for our purpose, this shouldRead More…

Tagalog Negation: Introduction

Introduction Negation in Tagalong is achieved by using either the negative HINDI ( “not” or “no”) or WALA (“there is none” or “nothing”). This section will focus on the use of these negators in simple sentences. On this page are a few stanzas of a poem written by Andres Bonifacio, the Father of Philippine Revolution. Take note of the usage of negators. Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa (Read More…