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I heard that Tagalog is a language of agglutinative type, is it right?

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    Aye, that it be. Indonesian and Malaysian are other examples, however in Tagalog affixes are typically added into the words as well as prefixed and suffixed. Eg: song=kanta (base word), singing=kumanta

    One famous fictional language which also does this is... Na'vi!

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