Magkanda-: Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: doer

to occur accidentally or involuntarily as a result of something and involving three or more doers

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

hulog

falling

magkanda­hulog

to fall accidentally (as a result)

sira’

damage

magkanda­sira’

to get damaged (as a result)

wala’

nothing

magkanda­wala’

to get lost (as a result)

root

hulog

meaning

falling

root + affix

magkanda­hulog

meaning

to fall accidentally (as a result)

root

sira’

meaning

damage

root + affix

magkanda­sira’

meaning

to get damaged (as a result)

root

wala’

meaning

nothing

root + affix

magkanda­wala’

meaning

to get lost (as a result)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

magkanda­hulog

nagkanda­hulog

nagkakanda­hulog

magkakanda­hulog

magkanda­sira’

nagkanda­sira’

nagkakanda­sira’

magkakanda­sira’

basic form

magkanda­hulog

completed

nagkanda­hulog

uncompleted

nagkakanda­hulog

unstarted

magkakanda­hulog

basic form

magkanda­sira’

completed

nagkanda­sira’

uncompleted

nagkakanda­sira’

unstarted

magkakanda­sira’

Sentences:

Nagkandahulog ang mga pinggan (dahil sa lindol).

The dishes fell (to the floor) (because of the earthquake).

Nagkandasira’ ang mga computer (dahil sa kidlat).

The computers got damaged (because of lightning).

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