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Question: Paano po bigkasin ang “nagsipamulaklak” at “nang

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Author Photo by: CutesiEdward07
Apr 15 2021, 10:14pm CST ~ 5 mos., 16 days ago. 
Question: Paano po bigkasin ang “nagsipamulaklak” at “nangagbunga”? Maaari n’yo po bang gamitin sa isang pangungusap? Ngayon ko lang kasi iyan nakita e. Salamat po sa sasagot. 🙆
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Author Photo Edgarebro Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
Apr 17 2021, 11:31am CST ~ 5 mos., 14 days ago. 
Bi ivkasin mo ito ng mabilis
Samantalang ang nang ay iba naman.sa."ng"
 
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Author Photo mrjustin Badge: Native Tagalog Speaker
Aug 11 2021, 12:08pm CST ~ 1 mo., 18 days ago. 
nagsipamulaklák (to have flowered, emphasised plural)
 
Nagsipamulaklák ang mgá haláman (The plants blossomed/flowered)
root word mamulaklák (to flower)
 
nangagbúnga (to have bore fruit, emphasised plural)
 
Nangagbúnga ang mga punò (The trees bore fruit)
root word magbúnga (to bear fruit)
 
There are many interchangeable ways to emphasise plurality in verbs. The latter of the two is quite formal or old in usage. The former is more common and "instinctive"
 
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Author Photo Desmond
Aug 17 2021, 7:30pm CST ~ 1 mo., 12 days ago. 
@CutesiEdward07
nagsipamuláklak (stress on the penultimate [next to the last] syllable)
nangagbúnga (stress on the penultimate [next to the last] syllable)
 
Sentence: Nagsipamuláklak na ang mga halaman at nangagbúnga na rin ang mga puno sa hardin ni Lola.
 
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