Back
Close
 
Filipino Lessons » Filipino Words to Use When Asking Questions » What: Anó

What: Anó

Mark Complete

Different Filipino question words can get different types of answers. Know the corresponding translations of these question words in Filipino and try reading and using the sample sentences in this lesson and the succeeding lessons of this unit.

Anó

One of the most common Filipino question word you will use and hear is "anó." This word translates to "what" in English.
Markup
Examples:
What is your name?
Anó ang pangalan mo?
What is that?
Anó 'yan?
What did you say?
Anó ang sinabi mo?
What are you holding?
Anó ang hawak mo?
Markup
Examples:
What is your name?
Ano ang pangalan mo?
What is that?
Ano 'yan?
What did you say?
Ano ang sinabi mo?
What are you holding?
Ano ang hawak mo?
Learn more Filipino question words in the next couple of lessons.
Mark Complete

Next: Who: Sino

Section Home:
Filipino Words to Use When Asking Questions
© copyright 2019. Do not reproduce lessons without prior written authorization. We put a lot of work and TLC into this website -- please don't copy our content without permission.


Search DictionaryDCTNRY Search Example FinderEXAMPLES