All the combinations in the table are correct.
– He or she is kind.
Mabait si John.
– John is kind.
Mabait ang mga babae.
– The women are kind. The word mga makes it plural, so there’s
more than one woman here.
– That person, far from you and me, is kind. Iyon could actually
also refer to a thing, not just a person. It depends on the situation.
Now let’s do the same with turista.
– He or she is a tourist.
Turista si John. –
John is a tourist.
Turista ang mga babae. – The women are tourists.
– That person (over there) is a tourist.
And now with natutulog, which is a verb. It means is sleeping
or was sleeping and the action is still ongoing in the situation.
– He or she is sleeping.
Natutulog si John.
Natutulog ang mga babae.
You can probably see the general pattern now.