-in 2 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: direction

to do something in the (physical or psychological) direction of

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

pasok

entering

pasukin

to enter

dalaw

visit

dalawin

to visit

suntok

punch

suntukin

to punch

root

pasok

meaning

entering

root + affix

pasukin

meaning

to enter

root

dalaw

meaning

visit

root + affix

dalawin

meaning

to visit

root

suntok

meaning

punch

root + affix

suntukin

meaning

to punch

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

pasukin

pinasok

pinapasok

papasukin

dalawin

dinalaw

dinadalaw

dadalawin

basic form

pasukin

completed

pinasok

uncompleted

pinapasok

unstarted

papasukin

basic form

dalawin

completed

dinalaw

uncompleted

dinadalaw

unstarted

dadalawin

Sentences:

Pinasok ng magnanakaw ang bahay.

The burglar entered the house.

Dinalaw ni Peter si Heidi.

Peter visited Heidi.

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