Tagalog Eto, Ayan, Ayun

Eto, ayan and ayun are used to introduce or point to someone or something.

eto

heto

here is/are (near me)

ayan

hayan

there is/are (near you)

ayun

hayun

there is/are (far from you and me)

Sentences:

Eto ang sulat.

Here’s the letter.

Eto.

Here it is.

See also: Clarification: near me etc. (p. 47)

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