Papang-…-in: Tagalog Verb Affix

POD: object (person, animal or thing permitted or asked to perform the action)

to let, make or have someone do something

root

meaning

root + affix

meaning

nood

watching

papanoorin

to let or make someone watch something

ako’

promise (rarely used)

papangakuin

to let or make someone promise something

root

nood

meaning

watching

root + affix

papanoorin

meaning

to let or make someone watch something

root

ako’

meaning

promise (rarely used)

root + affix

papangakuin

meaning

to let or make someone promise something

Aspects:

basic form

completed

uncompleted

unstarted

papanoorin

pinapanood

pinapapanood

pinapapanood

papapanoorin

papapanoorin

papangakuin

pina­pangako’

pinapapangako’

pinapapangako’

papapangakuin

papapangakuin

basic form

papanoorin

completed

pinapanood

uncompleted

pinapapanood

pinapapanood

unstarted

papapanoorin

papapanoorin

basic form

papangakuin

completed

pina­pangako’

uncompleted

pinapapangako’

pinapapangako’

unstarted

papapangakuin

papapangakuin

Sentences:

Pinapanood ni Tingting si Jacky ng TV.

Tingting let/made Jacky watch television.

Pinapangako’ ni Theresa si Rowan na tumawag.

Theresa made Rowan promise to call.

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