I- +rep2: 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

urong

moving back

iurong-urong

to move (something) back a little (etc.)

handa’

ready, prepared

ihanda-handa’

to prepare (something) a little (etc.)

root

urong

meaning

moving back

root + affix

iurong-urong

meaning

to move (something) back a little (etc.)

root

handa’

meaning

ready, prepared

root + affix

ihanda-handa’

meaning

to prepare (something) a little (etc.)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

iurong-urong

inurong urong

iniurong urong

inuurong urong

iniuurong urong

iuurong-urong

ihanda-handa’

(i)hinanda-handa’

(i)hinahanda-handa’

ihahanda-handa’

basic form

iurong-urong

completed

inurong urong

iniurong urong

uncompleted

inuurong urong

iniuurong urong

unstarted

iuurong-urong

basic form

ihanda-handa’

completed

(i)hinanda-handa’

uncompleted

(i)hinahanda-handa’

unstarted

ihahanda-handa’

Sentences:

Inurong-urong ni Rene ang kotse.

Rene moved back the car a little.

Hinanda-handa’ ni Marge ang kwarto.

Marge prepared the room a bit.

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