Pag- +rep1 +rep1-…-an 2 : Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: direction

to do something directed toward multiple objects repeatedly, continually, a lot, intensively or frequently

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

tapak

footstep

pagtatatapakan

to step on (several things) repeatedly (etc.)

lagay

something put

paglalalagyan

to put in/on (several things) repeatedly (etc.)

root

tapak

meaning

footstep

root + affix

pagtatatapakan

meaning

to step on (several things) repeatedly (etc.)

root

lagay

meaning

something put

root + affix

paglalalagyan

meaning

to put in/on (several things) repeatedly (etc.)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

pagtata­tapakan

pinagtata­tapakan

pinagtatata­tapakan

pinapagtata­tapakan

pagtatata­tapakan

papagtata­tapakan

paglala­lagyan

pinaglala­lagyan

pinaglalala­lagyan

pinapaglala­lagyan

paglalala­lagyan

papaglala­lagyan

basic form

pagtata­tapakan

completed

pinagtata­tapakan

uncompleted

pinagtatata­tapakan

pinapagtata­tapakan

unstarted

pagtatata­tapakan

papagtata­tapakan

basic form

paglala­lagyan

completed

pinaglala­lagyan

uncompleted

pinaglalala­lagyan

pinapaglala­lagyan

unstarted

paglalala­lagyan

papaglala­lagyan

Sentences:

Pinagtatatapakan nila ang mga kahon.

They stepped/stomped on the boxes (repeatedly and there were many of them).

Pinaglalalagyan nila ng tape ang mga kahon.

They put tape on the boxes (repeatedly and there were many of them).

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