Question: Nakapanayam vs Kinapanayam Hi there, I don't fully understand the difference between these two. I know that nakapanayam is an adjective and kinapanayam is a verb but I can't fully comprehend when to use one over the other. Is anyone able to give me some sample sentences to help me understand the difference? Thank you po in advance.
NAKA-verb the verb affix which in a completed past tense use...means "did". So why use naka rather than just the past tense of the verb? Yea...good luck with that answer...walang sagot. Depende...depende sa context...and when it hits my ear...it means.. "I REALLY did it"...or "I MANAGED to do it". Consider that "interpretation" in context rather than a "translation" next time naka-verb hits your ears.
NAKAKA-adjective ANG noun ...means...Noun is making me adjective.