Ipag- +rep1: Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object

to do something repeatedly, continually, a lot, intensively or frequently; or,
to do something involving multiple objects

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

tapon

throwing away

ipagtatapon

to throw repeatedly (etc.)

balik

returning

ipagbabalik

to return (many things) (etc.)

root

tapon

meaning

throwing away

root + affix

ipagtatapon

meaning

to throw repeatedly (etc.)

root

balik

meaning

returning

root + affix

ipagbabalik

meaning

to return (many things) (etc.)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

ipagtatapon

(i)pinagta­tapon

(i)pinagtatatapon

(i)pinapagtatapon

ipagtatatapon

ipapagtatapon

ipagbabalik

(i)pinagba­balik

(i)pinagbababalik

(i)pinapagbabalik

ipagbababalik

ipapagbabalik

basic form

ipagtatapon

completed

(i)pinagta­tapon

uncompleted

(i)pinagtatatapon

(i)pinapagtatapon

unstarted

ipagtatatapon

ipapagtatapon

basic form

ipagbabalik

completed

(i)pinagba­balik

uncompleted

(i)pinagbababalik

(i)pinapagbabalik

unstarted

ipagbababalik

ipapagbabalik

Sentences:

Pinagtatapon ni Jay ang mga box.

Jay threw away the boxes (and there were many of them).

Pinagbabalik ni Maria kay John ang mga regalo.

Maria gave the gifts back to John (and there were many of them).

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