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Using 'rin' and 'din'

 

Apr 12, 2011

When using “rin” the proceeding sound is vowel and when using the “din” the proceeding sound is consonant.

Example:
Masaya siya. (He is happy.)
Use “rin” because the proceeding sound is vowel.
Answer: Masaya rin siya. (He is happy too.)

Mahirap kami. (We are poor.)
Use “din” because the proceeding sound is constant.
Answer: Mahirap din kami. (We are poor too.)

another examples: 
1. Siya ay kakaiba. (She is different.)
Answer: Siya rin ay kakaiba. (He is different too.)
2. May tindahan sila. (They have a store.)
Answer: May tindahan din sila. (They have store also.)
3. Mataas ang puno. (The tree is tall.)
Answer: Mataas din ang puno. (The tree is tall too.)
4. Maganda si Rose. (Rose is pretty.)
Answer: Maganda rin si Rose. (Rose is pretty too.)
5. Si lola ay sumayaw. (Grandma is dancing.)
Answer: Si lola rin ay sumayaw. (Grandma is dancing too.)

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