Ganun (Usually used when the object is quite far.) Ganyan (When the object's not quite far, not near either) Ganito (When the object is near, used when the object is in your hands)
All three words are used when you're showing things, especially tutorials (on how to execute things properly)
If you're referring to actual objects and you want to show the person its location we use
iyon, iyan, ito.
iyon (when the object is far) iyan (not quite far) ito (when the object is in your hands or if it's near)
When it comes to places we use
Doon (the place is quite far and you're pointing towards it) Diyan (When the place is not that far used when you're beside the place) Dito (When you're referring to the place you're currently inside right now)
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