Discussion in 'Vocabulary' started by Wilfredo Vasquez, Jan 7, 2019.
Is there any rule to conjugate verbs in Tagalog?
It's hard to explain as it is not the same with the English language. But, I found a link that might help you.
If my understanding is correct, let me give some examples.
The root verb is talk – salita so the tenses are nagsalita, nagsasalita, magsasalita.
Another example verb is kain or eat and the tenses are kumain, kumakain, kakain.
In the 2 examples you can see the difference in the past tense, present tense and future tense. Although it looks difficult but as you speak Tagalog it will become easi
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