"Kailangan nating magtulong-tulong nang ma-achieve natin ang La Niña."
"Nang" is used as "upang" or "para" ("to" or "so that").
"Tinuruan n'ya kami kung paano kumain ng mamon."
"Ng" is used to answer the question "what".
"Ikot nang ikot si Sarah Geronimo."
"Nang" is also used to connect repetitive words.
"Hindi pa rin daw tayo maka-move on sa Martial Law."
"Rin" is used when the word that comes before it ends with a vowel. Here's an explainer.
"Ang hirap talaga kapag iba-iba ang alam natin sa kasaysayan."
A hyphen is used to connect repetitive words, so in this case, "iba-iba" is correct.
"Bakit gan'on, bes. Paki-explain naman, bes."
A hyphen is also used to connect Tagalog affixes to an English word.
"Malungkot ako kasi wala na namang thigh part ng Chicken Joy."
There's no such word as "nanamang/nanaman"!
Parin ; Hanap-hanapPa rin ; Hanap hanapPa rin; Hanap-hanapParin ; Hanap hanap
"Ikaw pa rin pala ang hanap-hanap pa-rap-pap!"
Also, there's no such word as "parin".
"Uy, kumusta! Tumaba ka, ah?"
"Kumusta" came from the Spanish phrase "¿Cómo está" not "¿Camo está"
"Nasa EDSA pa lang ako, bes."
"Pa lang" means "just" or "only" or "still" so when you translate the sentence in english, it's "I'm still in EDSA."
"Nakakainis palang magbasa ng comments section."
In this case, "palang" is correct because it is used as a shortened version of "pala" + "na". Confusing ba?
Umaasa parin akong sabihin mo, sana ako parin. Ako nalang. Ako nalang ulit.Inutusan kaming pumila ng maayos.Walang makapipigil sa 'min!
"Walang makapipigil sa 'min!"
The first two should be "Umaasa pa rin akong sabihin mo, sana ako pa rin. Ako na lang. Ako na lang ulit." and "Inutusan kaming pumila nang maayos," ("nang" is used when describing something.)
This Test Will Determine How Good You Are At Filipino Grammar
Luuuuuuuh, you may need to go back to elementary, bes. Or at least read a lot of Filipino material (they're great, BTW.) It's never too late!
You did good, pero more review pa! I'm sure you'll get a perfect score next time.
PAK GANIRE! You know how to use ng and nang, and rin, din, raw, and daw! A+ ka d'yan bes!