Tagalog Mukha’ -ng, Para -ng

it seems, seems (to be/like/that)

completed, uncompleted and unstarted forms

Mukhang nag-aral sila.

It seems (that) they studied.

Mukhang nag-aaral sila.

It seems (that) they are studying.

It seems (that) they were studying.

Mukhang mag-aaral sila.

It seems (that) they will study.


Mukhang nandito sila.

It seems (that) they are here.

It seems (that) they were here.

See also: Na/-ng (p. 28)

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