Pa-…-an 2 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: direction

to let, make or have someone do something in the (physical or psychological) direction of

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

sulat

letter, writing

pasulatan

to have someone write someone

lagay

putting

palagyan

to have someone put something somewhere

bigay

giving

pabigyan

to have someone give something to someone

tingin

look

patingnan

to have someone look at something

bayad

payment

pabayaran

to have someone pay something

root

sulat

meaning

letter, writing

root + affix

pasulatan

meaning

to have someone write someone

root

lagay

meaning

putting

root + affix

palagyan

meaning

to have someone put something somewhere

root

bigay

meaning

giving

root + affix

pabigyan

meaning

to have someone give something to someone

root

tingin

meaning

look

root + affix

patingnan

meaning

to have someone look at something

root

bayad

meaning

payment

root + affix

pabayaran

meaning

to have someone pay something

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

patingnan

pinatingnan

pinapatingnan

pinatitingnan

papatingnan

patitingnan

palagyan

pinalagyan

pinapalagyan

pinalalagyan

papalagyan

palalagyan

basic form

patingnan

completed

pinatingnan

uncompleted

pinapatingnan

pinatitingnan

unstarted

papatingnan

patitingnan

basic form

palagyan

completed

pinalagyan

uncompleted

pinapalagyan

pinalalagyan

unstarted

papalagyan

palalagyan

Sentences:

Pinatingnan ni Thelma sa vet ang pusa’.

Thelma had a vet look at the cat.

Lit. Thelma had the cat looked at by a vet.

Pinalagyan ni Maribel ng carpet ang sahig.

Maribel had someone put a carpet on the floor.

Maribel had the floor carpeted.

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