Example 44-12

Kel a-konosé bo ómbri agóra mi ermáno.
[Kel
[that
a-konosé
pfv-know
bo
you
ómbri
man
agóra]
today]
mi
my
ermáno.
brother
The man you met today is my brother.
Spanish: El hombre que conociste hoy es mi hermano.

Comment:
The relative clause can also be located between the determiner and the noun, in which case a relativizer is not employed (Steinkrüger 2007: 376). This might reflect an adstrate structure of modifying phrases, which may either precede or follow the head in Tagalog in most cases (Schachter & Otanes 1972: 123).
Type:
written (grammar)
Source:
Steinkrüger 2007: 377