The third and last case of nouns and pronouns
in Filipino is the SA-case.
Nouns and pronouns in the SA-case
serve as the "place" of something.
SA-case nouns answer the question "where?"
In the following sentences, the phrases in boldface
are expressed in the SA-case in Filipino:
|I gave the book to Miguel.|
|She borrowed money from Carla.|
|Did you put the computer on the table?|
|Please take the old books to the garage.|
|Where in the kitchen did you put the chair?|
Do you see how the boldface phrases above
answer the question "where?"?
If so, you understand the SA-case.