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How to add "a lot" to the meaning of a verb in tagalog? For example, I want to say: Since then, we talk a lot. I didn't see, on the internet, anything concerning an adverb meaning "a lot". However, I read that, for some verbs with the mag- affix, the repetition of the first syllabe would mean "a lot". So, for instance: Mag-usap (to talk) --> Mag-uusap (to talk a lot) But then, how can we make a distinction between the future tense and the infinitive? I guess it would depend of the context of the sentence? So... Mula noon, nag-uuusap tami. Is that correct? Thanks for your help.I'm sorry... it's not for learning French but tagalog... I don't know why that happened I thought I selected it properly, I'll post it again.
2013년 6월 3일 오후 3:13
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And I don't know how to remove it...
2013년 6월 3일
I'm sorry... it's not for learning French but tagalog... I don't know why that happened I thought I selected it properly, I'll post it again.
2013년 6월 3일
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Filipino (Tagalog), French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
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