Ika-: Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: cause

to cause, to be the cause of

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

galit

anger

ikagalit

to cause someone to get angry

patay

dead

ikamatay

to cause someone’s death

root

galit

meaning

anger

root + affix

ikagalit

meaning

to cause someone to get angry

root

patay

meaning

dead

root + affix

ikamatay

meaning

to cause someone’s death

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

ikagalit

(i)kinagalit

(i)kinakagalit

ikakagalit

ikamatay

(i)kinamatay

(i)kinakamatay

ikakamatay

basic form

ikagalit

completed

(i)kinagalit

uncompleted

(i)kinakagalit

unstarted

ikakagalit

basic form

ikamatay

completed

(i)kinamatay

uncompleted

(i)kinakamatay

unstarted

ikakamatay

Sentences:

Kinagalit ni Mike ang balita’.

Mike got angry because of the news.

Kinamatay ng teacher ang aksidente.

The teacher died because of the accident.

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