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Question: Can infinitive form Um verbs be used as either command

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Author Photo by: quarter
Apr 08 2021, 6:31am CST ~ 1 week, 0 days ago. 
Question: Can infinitive form Um verbs be used as either commands or past actions?
"Pumunta ka na roon."
If I am not mistaken, this sentence can be interpreted as:
a) Go there already.
b) You already went there.
So does it just depend on context?
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Author Photo Bituingmaykinang
Apr 08 2021, 9:43am CST ~ 1 week, 0 days ago. 
It can be used, but it will make you sound "mean and angry"
 
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Author Photo keithk
Apr 08 2021, 2:20pm CST ~ 6 days ago. 
@quarter
Yes, -UM- verbs are the only Tagalog verb type where the infinitive/command form is conjugated the same as the past tense.
 
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Author Photo quarter
Apr 09 2021, 5:52am CST ~ 6 days ago. 
Ohh, salamat guys! @keithk Thanks for clarifying.
 
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