Tagalog verbs also have affixe that express grammatical mood; Some examples are indicative, potentially, social and distributed. It is the combination of the root word and an affix. This is the basis of most verbs. In (8) and (11), the anterior part is the theme. On the other side, in (9), the front component is the object. Another example of an earlier component in the tagalog are the wh phrases. wh phrases contain questions that begin with: who, what, where, when, why and how. In tagalog, there are phrases on the left side of the wh clause. For example, in the phrase “Who are you?”, there is the “Sino ka” clause on the left. The syntactic tree of this sentence is in (12a).
As we can see in (12a), the position of compler is zero. In the event that a complementizer overt is available, Sabbagh (2014) suggests that the phrase Wh of Spec, CP decreases and adjoins TP if C exceeds (12b). The 12b operation is called whP reduction. the priority of the sentence might have combined the appropriate verb… to illustration: We appreciate basketball is fake, we appreciate basketball is okay because the priority and the verb are the two interiors of the plural style… He doesn`t really agree to verb-subject. There is only one form of all people in each tension. Kinuha, kinukuha and kukunin are not pronouns, they are verb (pandiwa) they are words of action. Does Tagalog have a verb-subject chord? What morphological my first article in GFK was entitled Should Filipinos Go Back to Pursuing Excellence in English? It`s kind of nice to go back to one of the topics that I think CCA is clearly an authority (compared to Pinoy Ako Blog). At the time, it was quite common to start discussions with more than 200 comments; Well, that was up to Mocha Uson Blog and Thinking Pinoy on Facebook when the cult wave trip Duterte stole the show.
Hindé denies verbs and equations. It is sometimes charged with “d.” This sagging process can also be used in sentences to account for the order of the verb`s beginning words in tagalog. In the thematic analysis, it says: “The subject drops from Spec, TP and is limited to a projection-dominated TP projection.”  If we use the example of (2) Nagbigay ang lalaki ng libro sa babae. and lowering the applied subject, we would see the syntactic structure in (13a). If we reduced the ang lalaki theme to an intermediate position within the Vice President, we would be able to get an order of words while satisfying the lowering of the themes.  This can be seen in (13b). The affixes can also be used in substantives or adjectives: baligtaran (baligred, vice versa) (reversible), catamaran (tamd, laziness) (laziness), kasabihen (de sabi, to say) (proverb), kasagutan (sagét, response), bayarén (bayad, to pay) (payment), bukirén (de Bukid, farm), lupaén (von lupa, Land), pagkakaroén (von doén/roén, there) (with/look), and pagd`s Verbs containing affixes (usually suffixes) are also used as nouns, which are differentiated according to the voltage position. Examples are panoorins (to see or see) and panoorin (materials to observe or contemplate), hangarin (to wish) and hangarin (destination/destination), araline (to study) and araline (studies), and bayaran (to pay) and Bayarén (someone or something to rent). The central feature of verbs in Tagalog and other Filipino languages is the triggering system, often called voice or focus.  In this system, the thematic relationship (agent, patient or other oblique relationships – location, direction, etc.) of the name marked by the direct case particle is encoded in the verb.