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LESSON 3

  Structural Content: Greetings: variation
           Particles: [man] [diay]
              
Setting:  Pedro is visiting his friend.
 
        Mamisita si Pedro sa iyang amigo.
 
 I. DIALOGUE #1
  Hello! A:   Maayo!
  Come in. /(Come up.) B:   Dayon lang.
  Oh, it’s you, Pedro.     O, ikaw man diay, Pedro.
  Please sit down.     Lingkod usa.
  Thank you. A:   Salamat.
         
  DIALOGUE #2      
  Hello! A:   Maayo!
  Who’s there? B:   Kinsa kana?
  It’s me, Roberto. A:   Ako, si Roberto.
  Come in. B:   Sulod.
  Thank you. Good evening. A:   Salamat. Maayong gabii.
  Good evening. Please sit down. B:   Maayong gabii sab. Lingkod usa.
             
II. DIALOGUE BREAKDOWN #1
  Hello! A:   Maayo!
  Come in. B:   Dayon lang.
      enter [only]         dayon [lang]
  Oh, it’s you, Pedro.     O, ikaw man diay, Pedro.
    oh
you [I didn’t know]
      o
ikaw [man] [diay]13
  Please sit down.     Lingkod usa.
    sit       lingkod
    for a while       usa
  Thank you. A:   Salamat.
             
  DIALOGUE BREAKDOWN #2
  Hello! A:   Maayo!
  Who’s there? B:   Kinsa kana?
    who       kinsa
    that       kana
  It’s me, Roberto. A:   Ako, si Roberto.
    I       ako
    Roberto       [si] Roberto
  Come in. B:   Sulod.
  Thank you. Good evening. A:   Salamat. Maayong gabii.
    thank you       salamat
    good evening       maayo (ng) gabii
  Good evening. B:   Maayong gabii sab.
  Please sit down.     Lingkod usa.
    good evening also sit for a while       maayo (ng) gabii [sab] lingkod usa
             
III. RELATED UTTERANCES
     
      (You) sit down
(for a while).
Lingkod ka usa.
             
IV. VOCABULARY LIST
       
    ako I
    kana that
    kinsa who
    ikaw you (singular)14
             
V. DRILLS
 
    A. Repetition Drill:
    Maayong buntag.        
    Maayong udto.        
    Maayong mudto.        
    Maayong hapon.        
    Maayong palis.        
    Maayong gabii.        
             
        Cue:       Response:
    Maayo! Dayon lang.
    Kumusta ka? Maayo man, salamat.
    Lingkod usa. Salamat.
             
    B. Substitution Drill: Fixed slot
    Maayong buntag, Mr. Reyes.        
    ______ udto ___________.        
    ______ mudto ___________.        
    ______ hapon ___________.        
    ______ palis ___________.        
    ______ gabii ___________.        
             
    C. Substitution Drill: Movable slot
    Maayong buntag sab, Juan.        
             
    ______ udto __________.        
    ___________ pod _____.        
    ______ mudto ________.        
    ______________ Pedro.        
    ______ hapon _________.        
    ____________ sab _____.        
    ______ gabii __________.       15
             
    D. Substitution/Cue and Response Drill:
                     Cue:        Response:
                Maayong buntag. Maayong buntag sab.
    palis   ______________. ________________ .
    mudto   _____________. ________________ .
    hapon  _____________ . ________________ .
    udto     _____________ . ________________ .
    gabii    _____________ . ________________ .
             
    E. Cue and Response Drill:
       Cue:          Response:
    Maayo! Dayon lang.
    Maayo! Sulod lang.
    Kumusta ka? Maayo man, salamat.
    Kinsa kana? Ako si ___________.
    Lingkod usa. Salamat.
    F. Cumulative Dialogue:
       
  A: Maayo! Maayong gabii.  
  B: Maayong gabii sab. Kinsa na?  
  A: Ako, si Roberto.  
  B: O, ikaw man diay, Roberto.
Kumusta ka?
Dayon, sulod lang.
  A: Maayo man, ug ikaw?  
  B: Maayo man sab. Lingkod.  
  A: Salamat.  
VI. LEXICAL/GRAMMAR NOTES
       
      [man] [diay]  -  O, ikaw man diay, Pedro.
                                Implies that the speaker is reacting to a new event or situation, i.e. the realization that Pedro was the one 16
  kana - kinsa kana?
      ‘that’ -- one of four demonstrative pronouns.
  [si] - si Roberto
      Topic case marker for names of persons.
  ako - ‘I’(1st set of personal pronouns)
  ka - ‘you’, short form of ikaw (1st set of personal pronouns). The short form does not occur initially in a sentence.

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