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‘Nakaka’ in Tagalog

October 16, 2011

 

Nakaka is a tagalog word and a prefix that usually place in front of the Tagalog verbs.

 

Examples:

Nakaka + verb

Verb: Tired – Pagod
Nakakapagod – being tired

Verb: Thirsty – Uhaw
Nakakauhaw – being thirsty

Verb: Dance – Sayaw
Nakakasayaw – able to dance

Verb: Sing – Kanta
Nakakakanta – able to sing

Verb: Draw – Guhit
Nakakaguhit – able to draw

Verb: Write – Sulat
Nakakasulat – able to write

Verb: Walk – Lakad
Nakakalakad – able to walk

Verb: Shock – Gulat
Nakakagulat – your being shock
 

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