Site Feedback

Aralin and Pagaralan

 

Hi guys! Ang katanungan kong ngayon ay, tungkol sa kaibahan ng aralin at pagaralan.
Sa internet nakita ko ang mga pangungusap na ganito,

"Aralin mo ang gramatika ng tagalog." at "Kailangan pa bang pag-aralan ang Wikang Filipino?"

Parang pareho lang yata ang paraan ng kagamitan.

I understand while aralin is object focused pagaralan is direction focused but in actual usage how do you choose the focus of the 2 (as verbs)?

Share:

 

4 comments

    Please enter between 0 and 2000 characters.

     

    Corrections

    Aralin and Pagaralan

    Hi guys! Ang katanungan kong ngayon ay, tungkol sa ang pagkakaibahan ng aralin at pagaralan.
    Sa internet ang nakita ko ay mga pangungusap na ganito,

    "Aralin mo ang gramatikang tagalog." at "Kailangan pa bang pag-aralan ang Wikang Filipino?"

    Parang pareho lang yata ang pamamaparaan ng kapaggamitan.

    I understand while aralin is object focused pagaralan is direction focused but in actual usage how do you choose the focus of the 2 (as verbs)?

    Aralin and Pag-aralan

    Hi guys! Ang katanungan kong ngayon ay tungkol sa kaibahan ng aralin at sa pag-aralan.
    Sa internet nakita ko ang mga pangungusap na ganito, (You may use "ito" in place of "ganito".  "Mga pangungusap na ganito" = sentences like these.  "Mga pangungusap na ito" = these sentences.  Either way is correct, but "mga pangungusap na ito" may be the more common way to say it. 

    "Ito" simply means "this". "Ganito" is more commonly used to illustrate a procedure or to make a more detailed description of something.  For example, "Ito ang bahay ko." = "This is my house" (pointing to it). "Ganito ang pagpunta sa bahay ko." = "This is how to get to my house."  "Ganito ang bahay ko" will lead to your describing your house.)

    "Aralin mo ang gramatikang Tagalog." at "Kailangan pa bang pag-aralan ang Wikang Filipino?"

    Parang pareho lang yata ang paraan ng kagamitan paggamit. ("Kagamitan" is a noun used to refer to utensils, tools, accoutrements, appliances, etc.)

    I understand that while aralin is object-focused, pag-aralan is direction-focused.  But in actual usage, how do you choose the focus of the 2 (as verbs)?

     

    You may use either "aralin" or "pag-aralan" for the 2 sentences above.  "Aralin" though is less used nowadays and therefore has a rather old-fashioned ring to it.  It may be a bit more appropriate to use "aralin" when making a polite imperative sentence, e.g., if you are to ask your superior to evaluate or study something.  Of course, if you would add "paki" before either word, they would both sound polite also.  "Paki aralin nyo nga..." and "Paki pag-aralan nyo nga..." would sound equally polite.   

    Write a correction

    Please enter between 25 and 8000 characters.

     

    More notebook entries written in Filipino (Tagalog)

    Show More