Back
Close
 
Filipino Lessons » Filipino Words to Use When Asking Questions » Where: Saán and Násaan

Where: Saán and Násaan

Mark Complete

The question word “where” can be translated into two different Filipino words. Depending on the context, it can be translated into saán or násaan.

Násaán

The question word “násaan” is used when you ask for the location of a person or thing (place/object/animal).

Saán

On the other hand, when you ask for the location of an action, you use the question word “saán”.
Markup
Examples:
Where will you go?
Saán ka púpuntá?
Where do you live?
Saán ka nakatirá?
Where will you eat?
Saán ka kakain?
Where will you ride a jeepney?
Saán ka sásakay ng dyíp?
Where are you?
Násaán ka?
Where is the cinema?
Násaán ang sinehán?
Where is the ball?
Násaán ang bola?
Where are my slippers?
Násaán ang tsinelas ko?
Markup
Examples:
Where will you go?
Saan ka pupunta?
Where do you live?
Saan ka nakatira?
Where will you eat?
Saan ka kakain?
Where will you ride a jeepney?
Saan ka sasakay ng dyip?
Where are you?
Nasaan ka?
Where is the cinema?
Nasaan ang sinehan?
Where is the ball?
Nasaan ang bola?
Where are my slippers?
Nasaan ang tsinelas ko?

Mark Complete

Next: Filipino Question Words - Where

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