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Adverbs in Ilocano

English to Ilocano Translations

AdverbsMga Pang-abay
Adverbs of Time
agoitay
alreadynalpasen
immediatelydi unay mabayag
last nightidi rabii
latelyhaan pay unay nabayag
laterinto nukua
next weekinton lawas na
nowitatta
recentlyitattay lang
soonti mabiit
stillaginggana
thenkalpasan na
this morningitay bigat
todayita nga aldaw
tomorrowinton bigat
tonightinton rabii
yesterdayidi kalman
Adverbs of Place
anywhereuray ayan na
awayadayo
everywhereuray saddino
hereditoy
homediay balay
inserrek
nowhereawan uray sadinno
outruar
over thereidiay
thereidta
Adverbs of Manner
absolutelywen a
almostdandani
aloneagmaymaysa
barelysagmamano
carefullynaannad
fastalisto
hardlynatangken
mostlykaaduan
quicklyalisto
quitemedyo
reallyagpayso
slowlynaannad
togetheragkadua
verysobsobra
well; trulykinaagpayso na
Adverbs of Frequency
always; pretty muchkanayon
neveruray ton kaano
occasionallyno dadduma
often / frequentlykanayon
rarelyhaan unay
seldomhaan kankanayon
sometimessagpaminsan
usuallykaadduan na
Examples Mga Halimbawa
I alreay read the book.Nabasak diay libron.
She visited us recently.Immay nakam binisita ti haan pay unay nabayag.
We went yesterday.Napan kami di kalman.
Next week will be her birthday.Inton sumaruno nga lawas nga agkasangay.
She is visiting now.Umay sumarungkar.
Our farm is over there.Daydiay ti tal-talon mi.
Look at it carefully.Kitaem nga nasayaat.
I am alone right now.Agmaymaysaak tatta.
I go to library sometimes.Map-mapanak diay library sagpaminsan.
I will never eat fish sauce.Uray ton kaano, haanak mangan ti patis.

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