Tagalog Basic Forms Used as Nouns

In the following sentence patterns, the basic form is equivalent to to do/go/eat/etc. or doing/going/eating/etc. in English.

If the word preceding the basic form ends in a vowel or /n/, -ng may be added to it. See also: Na/-ng (p. 28)


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