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Conversational Ilonggo: Tenses

Posted on: September 6, 2009

(Click here for pronunciation guide.)

Just add the following prefixes before a verb or action word.

For example: KA-on – eat

Past tense (nag-): nagkaon (nag-KA-on) – ate

Present tense (naga-): nagakaon (na-ga-KA-on) – is eating

Future tense (mag- / ma-): makaon (ma-KA-on) will eat

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