Mapa- 2 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object

to be able to let, make or have someone do something; or,
to be able to cause something to become something

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

pasok

entry

mapapasok

to be able to get someone to enter

kain

eating

mapakain

to be able to get someone to eat, to be able to feed

kintab

gloss, shine

mapakintab

to be able to make something shine (e.g. by polishing it)

tulog

sleep

mapatulog

to be able to get someone to sleep, to be able to knock out

root

pasok

meaning

entry

root + affix

mapapasok

meaning

to be able to get someone to enter

root

kain

meaning

eating

root + affix

mapakain

meaning

to be able to get someone to eat, to be able to feed

root

kintab

meaning

gloss, shine

root + affix

mapakintab

meaning

to be able to make something shine (e.g. by polishing it)

root

tulog

meaning

sleep

root + affix

mapatulog

meaning

to be able to get someone to sleep, to be able to knock out

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

mapatulog

napatulog

napapatulog

napatutulog

mapapatulog

mapatutulog

mapakain

napakain

napapakain

napakakain

mapapakain

mapakakain

basic form

mapatulog

completed

napatulog

uncompleted

napapatulog

napatutulog

unstarted

mapapatulog

mapatutulog

basic form

mapakain

completed

napakain

uncompleted

napapakain

napakakain

unstarted

mapapakain

mapakakain

Sentences:

Napatulog ni Mia ang baby.

Mia was able to get the baby to sleep.

Mia was able to let the baby sleep.

Napakain ni Mark ang aso.

Mark was able to get the dog to eat.

Mark was able to feed the dog.

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