In this video, linguist Bud Brown provides a short lesson on speaking Tagalog. He teaches his viewers how to say that they have just something, such as saying that they have just eaten. There is a conjugation that should be remembered when you want to make a sentence of this form. You have to take the root of the word and double the first syllable of the verb. You then have to add the article "ka" before this verb. For instance, for the Tagalog verb "sabi" which means "to say", you would say "Ka sasabi ko lang" in order to say "I have just said it". By following this conjugation pattern, you will be able to say that you have just done any action in Tagalog.
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