Ipang- 2 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object

to do something to a person or a thing

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

anak

child (son or daughter)

ipanganak

to give birth to

ako’

promise (rarely used)

ipangako’

to promise

root

anak

meaning

child (son or daughter)

root + affix

ipanganak

meaning

to give birth to

root

ako’

meaning

promise (rarely used)

root + affix

ipangako’

meaning

to promise

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

ipanganak

(i)pinanganak

(i)pinapanganak

(i)pinanganganak

ipapanganak

ipanganganak

ipangako’

(i)pinangako’

(i)pinapangako’

(i)pinangangako’

ipapangako’

ipangangako’

basic form

ipanganak

completed

(i)pinanganak

uncompleted

(i)pinapanganak

(i)pinanganganak

unstarted

ipapanganak

ipanganganak

basic form

ipangako’

completed

(i)pinangako’

uncompleted

(i)pinapangako’

(i)pinangangako’

unstarted

ipapangako’

ipangangako’

Sentences:

Pinanganak ni Teodora si Rizal noong 1861.

Teodora gave birth to Rizal in 1861.

Pinangako’ ni John iyon.

John promised that.

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