Ano ang Pang-abay - adberbyo, adverb, modifies adjective

Denise Mendiola
is a Estudyante in the Philippines

Ang Pang-abay ay ay mga salitang nagbibigay turing sa pandiwa, pang-uri, o kapwa pang-abay.

Mayroong siyam na mga uri ng pang-abay: ang pang-abay na pamanahon, pang-abay na panlunan, pang-abay na pamaraan, pang-abay na pang-agam, pang-abay na panang-ayon, pang-abay na pananggi, pang-abay na panggaano (tinatawag ding pang-abay na pampanukat), pang-abay na pamitagan,at ang pang-abay na panulad.

Pang-abay na Panlunan

Tinatawag na pang-abay na panlunan ang salitang tumutukoy sa pook o lugar na pinangganapan ng kilos. Gumagamit ito ng sa o nasa at sinusundan ng lugar o pook. Ito ay sumasagod sa tanong na saan o nasaan.

Halimbawa: Tanong: Saan ka nakatira?

Sagot na may pang-abay: Ako ay nakatira sa Manila.

Pang-abay na Pamanahon

Ginagamit sa pang-abay na pamanahon ang mga salitang bukas, kanina, mamaya, tuwing at iba pang nagsasaad kung kailan naganap ang kilos.

Halimbawa: Pupunta ako ng palengke bukas.

Dumating si nanay kanina.

Araw-araw ako nagsisipilyo.

Understanding who we are is probably one of life’s largest questions. Some may think traditions are old and no longer relevant, and that they are unnecessary during these modern times. However, exploring cultural heritage offers a robust variety of benefits.

When all is said and done, who are you, if you don’t know anything about where you come from, about your origins, your family, your language, your own culture? In certain instances, when others try to assimilate us or when we integrate too much into mainstream society we lose these unique elements. We should be open to learning about these elements of our identity.

Culture can give people a connection to certain social values, beliefs, religions and customs. It allows people to identify with others of similar mind sets and backgrounds. Cultural heritage can provide an automatic sense of unity and belonging within a group and allows us to better understand previous generations and the history of where we come from.

When you're working in an international environment, you need to make a real effort to understand the cultural backgrounds, beliefs and attitudes of the people around you. If you do not, you would likely struggle to get things done and work well with others. Thus, self-reflection is important to the cross-cultural learning process. Without understanding that everyone has a culture, and that knowledge of one’s own culture is crucial, we have a tendency to reduce learning about culture to a manual-based approach, applying lists of dos and don’ts too rigidly and in the process stereotyping. Self-reflection begins with gaining knowledge about dimensions of culture and learning to apply these informed generalizations to our own culture. We thus develop a baseline for making effective comparisons about cultural differences and understand better why we respond in different situations the way we do.

Therefore, we develop our self-esteem and identity within a particular cultural context. In other words, without a clear cultural identity, we would experience confusion and isolation.

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Denise Mendiola

Profession: Estudyante
Philippines , Albay , Bagumbayan


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