Pag- +rep1 +rep1-…-in: Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object

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

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

luto’

cooking, cuisine

paglululutu­in

to cook (several things) intensively (etc.)

kain

eating

pagkakakai­nin

to eat (several things) intensively (etc.)

sulat

letter, writing

pagsususula­tin

to write (several things) intensively (etc.)

root

luto’

meaning

cooking, cuisine

root + affix

paglululutu­in

meaning

to cook (several things) intensively (etc.)

root

kain

meaning

eating

root + affix

pagkakakai­nin

meaning

to eat (several things) intensively (etc.)

root

sulat

meaning

letter, writing

root + affix

pagsususula­tin

meaning

to write (several things) intensively (etc.)

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

paglulu­lutu­in

pinaglulu­luto’

pinaglululu­luto’

pinapaglululuto’

paglululu­lutuin

papaglululutuin

pagsusu­sulatin

pinagsusu­sulat

pinagsusususulat

pinapagsususulat

pagsusususulatin

papagsususulatin

basic form

paglulu­lutu­in

completed

pinaglulu­luto’

uncompleted

pinaglululu­luto’

pinapaglululuto’

unstarted

paglululu­lutuin

papaglululutuin

basic form

pagsusu­sulatin

completed

pinagsusu­sulat

uncompleted

pinagsusususulat

pinapagsususulat

unstarted

pagsusususulatin

papagsususulatin

Sentences:

Pinaglululuto’ ni Gay ang mga patatas.

Gay cooked the potatoes (intensively and there were many of them).

Pinagsususulat ni Cris ang mga pangalan.

Cris wrote the names (intensively and there were many of them).

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