The affixes can also be used in substantives or adjectives: baligtaran (baligred, vice versa) (reversible), catamaran (tamd, laziness) (laziness), kasabihen (de sabi, to say) (proverb), kasagutan (sagét, response), bayarén (bayad, to pay) (payment), bukirén (de Bukid, farm), lupaén (von lupa, Land), pagkakaroén (von doén/roén, there) (with/look), and pagd`s Verbs containing affixes (usually suffixes) are also used as nouns, which are differentiated according to the voltage position. Examples are panoorins (to see or see) and panoorin (materials to observe or contemplate), hangarin (to wish) and hangarin (destination/destination), araline (to study) and araline (studies), and bayaran (to pay) and Bayarén (someone or something to rent). Does Tagalog have a verb-subject chord? What morphological incondict (8) and (11), the anterior component is the subject. On the other side, in (9), the front component is the object. Another example of an earlier component in the tagalog are the wh phrases. wh phrases contain questions that begin with: who, what, where, when, why and how. In tagalog, there are phrases on the left side of the wh clause. For example, in the phrase „Who are you?“, there is the „Sino ka“ clause on the left. The syntactic tree of this sentence is in (12a).

As we can see in (12a), the position of compler is zero. In the event that a complementizer overt is available, Sabbagh (2014) suggests that the phrase Wh of Spec, CP decreases and adjoins TP if C exceeds (12b). The 12b operation is called whP reduction. In the case of object focus verbs in closed and progressive aspects, the infix -infix- often becomes the infix ni- or prefix ni- when the root word begins with /l/, /r/, /w/ or /y/. z.B. Linalapitan or Nilalapitan and Inilagay or ilinagay. All the verbs you gave were from the past, so the verb (in Tagalog) did not change. As mentioned earlier, the pronoun sequence ko ikéw, (I [verb] you) can be replaced by Kita. Tagalog contains nine fundamental parts of the language: verbs (pandiwa), names (pangngalan), adjectives (pang-uri), adverbs (pang-abay), prepositions (pang-ukol), pronouns (panghalip), conjunctions (pangatnig), ligaments (pang-angkop) and particles. Tagalog is a slightly curved tongue.

Pronouns are bent for number and verbs, for focus, appearance and voice. There are two (or more) special negative forms for common verbs: this drop operation can also be applied in sentences to account for the order of verb beginning words in the tagalog. In the thematic analysis, it says: „The subject drops from Spec, TP and is limited to a projection-dominated TP projection.“ [11] If we use the example of (2) Nagbigay ang lalaki ng libro sa babae. and lowering the applied subject, we would see the syntactic structure in (13a). If we reduced the ang lalaki theme to an intermediate position within the Vice President, we would be able to get an order of words while satisfying the lowering of the themes. [11] This can be seen in (13b). In its default form, the verb triggers the reading of the direct substantival as a patient of the clause. In its second most common form, it triggers the nomon as agent of the clause. Other triggers include location, recipient, instrument, reason, direction and change.

Tagalog verbs are morphologically complex and are combined by the adoption of a large number of affixes that reflect focus/trigger, appearance, voice and other categories. Below is a diagram of the most important verbal application consisting of a variety of prefixes, suffixes, infixes and circumfixes. what forms are there for at least one paradigm (i.e. a verb with a tension/aspect)? The central feature of verbs in Tagalog and other Filipino languages is the triggering system, often called voice or focus. [3] In this system, the thematic relationship (agent, patient or other oblique relationships – location, direction, etc.) of the name marked by the direct case particle is encoded in the verb.