Ipang- 1 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: instrument

to do something using

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

luto’

cooking, cuisine

ipanluto’

to use something to cook

halo’

mixing

ipanghalo’

to use something to stir/mix

hiwa’

slicing

ipanghiwa’

to use something to slice

punas

wiping

ipampunas

to use something to wipe

root

luto’

meaning

cooking, cuisine

root + affix

ipanluto’

meaning

to use something to cook

root

halo’

meaning

mixing

root + affix

ipanghalo’

meaning

to use something to stir/mix

root

hiwa’

meaning

slicing

root + affix

ipanghiwa’

meaning

to use something to slice

root

punas

meaning

wiping

root + affix

ipampunas

meaning

to use something to wipe

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

ipanluto’

(i)pinanluto’

(i)pinapanluto’

(i)pinanluluto’

ipapanluto’

ipanluluto’

ipanghalo’

(i)pinanghalo’

(i)pinapanghalo’

(i)pinanghahalo’

ipapanghalo’

ipanghahalo’

basic form

ipanluto’

completed

(i)pinanluto’

uncompleted

(i)pinapanluto’

(i)pinanluluto’

unstarted

ipapanluto’

ipanluluto’

basic form

ipanghalo’

completed

(i)pinanghalo’

uncompleted

(i)pinapanghalo’

(i)pinanghahalo’

unstarted

ipapanghalo’

ipanghahalo’

Sentences:

Pinanluto’ ni Hilda ang kutsara.

Hilda cooked with the spoon.

Pinanghalo’ ni John sa iced tea ang straw.

John stirred the iced tea with the straw.

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