-an +rep2 1 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object

to do something occasionally, at random, a little, a bit, now and then or here and there

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

walis

broom

walis-walisan

to sweep a little (etc.)

tamis

sweetness

tamis-tamisan

to sweeten a bit (etc.)

bagal

slowness

bagal-bagalan

to slow down a bit (etc.)

root

walis

meaning

broom

root + affix

walis-walisan

meaning

to sweep a little (etc.)

root

tamis

meaning

sweetness

root + affix

tamis-tamisan

meaning

to sweeten a bit (etc.)

root

bagal

meaning

slowness

root + affix

bagal-bagalan

meaning

to slow down a bit (etc.)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

tamis-tamisan

tinamis-tamisan

tinatamis-tamisan

tatamis-tamisan

bagal-bagalan

binagal-bagalan

binabagal-bagalan

babagal-bagalan

basic form

tamis-tamisan

completed

tinamis-tamisan

uncompleted

tinatamis-tamisan

unstarted

tatamis-tamisan

basic form

bagal-bagalan

completed

binagal-bagalan

uncompleted

binabagal-bagalan

unstarted

babagal-bagalan

Sentences:

Tinamis-tamisan ni Ralph ang juice.

Ralph sweetened the juice a bit.

Binagal-bagalan ni Elvira ang kotse.

Elvira slowed the car down a little.

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