The first of three cases of nouns and pronouns
in Filipino is the ANG-case.
In a sentence
nouns and pronouns in the ANG-case
serve as the subject.
In the following sentences, the phrases in boldface
are expressed in the ANG-case in Filipino:
|Kiko and Charina set the table.|
|They are very helpful.|
|The table was set by Kiko and Charina.|
|It was sold for $100.|
Each of the boldface phrases above
is what is being talked about in the sentence.
Do you agree
that each of the boldface phrases above
is the subject of its sentence?
If so, you understand the ANG-case.