Tagalog Intensive Recently Completed Aspect

Verbs in the intensive recently completed form express extremely recent actions (“just this minute”).

How to form:
recently completed form +rep2

Either of the following are usually repeated:

recently completed

intensive recently completed

kakalapit

kakalapit-lapit

kalalapit

kalalapit-lapit

kaluluto’

kalulutu-luto’

kapapagluto’

kapapaglutu-luto’

kapapaglu-pagluto’

kapapang­gamit

kapapangga-pang­gamit

kapapaluto’

kapapalutu-luto’

kapapalu-paluto’

See also:

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