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In Tagalog: Dito, Doon

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Translation:

Dito – (adv.) here

Doon – (adv.) there

 

“Dito” and “doon” are examples of adverbs of place, or adverbs that talk about the location where the action of the verb is being carried out.

 

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Say it correctly:

dito – (dee-toh) with intonation on the first syllable
doon – (doh-on) with intonation on the second syllable

 

More examples:

1. “Dito ako nakatira.” – I live here.

 

Dito – (adv.) here
ako – (pronoun) I
nakatira – (verb, present tense) to live

 

2. “Doon ang kwarto mo.” – Your room is over there.

 

Doon – (adv. of place) there
ang – (article preceding a noun)
kwarto – (noun) room
mo – (pronoun) you

 

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