Ipa-: Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object

to let, make or have someone do something

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

hiram

borrowing

ipahiram

to let someone borrow something, to lend

luto’

cooking, cuisine

ipaluto’

to make someone cook something

kain

eating

ipakain

to make someone or an animal eat something

linis

cleaning

ipalinis

to make someone clean something

kita’

seeing

ipakita’

to make or let someone see something, to show

root

hiram

meaning

borrowing

root + affix

ipahiram

meaning

to let someone borrow something, to lend

root

luto’

meaning

cooking, cuisine

root + affix

ipaluto’

meaning

to make someone cook something

root

kain

meaning

eating

root + affix

ipakain

meaning

to make someone or an animal eat something

root

linis

meaning

cleaning

root + affix

ipalinis

meaning

to make someone clean something

root

kita’

meaning

seeing

root + affix

ipakita’

meaning

to make or let someone see something, to show

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

ipahiram

(i)pinahiram

(i)pinapahiram

ipapahiram

ipakita’

(i)pinakita’

(i)pinapakita’

ipapakita’

basic form

ipahiram

completed

(i)pinahiram

uncompleted

(i)pinapahiram

unstarted

ipapahiram

basic form

ipakita’

completed

(i)pinakita’

uncompleted

(i)pinapakita’

unstarted

ipapakita’

Sentences:

Pinahiram ni Peter kay Heidi ang libro.

Peter lent the book to Heidi.

Pinakita’ ni Andrew kay Mike ang picture.

Andrew showed Mike the picture.

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