Verbs & Example Sentences

Angalang = to sing

Si Joli bay angalang Sinama.

Joli sang using Sinama.

Amˈlli = to buy

Si Joli bay amˈlli ni tinda.

Joli bought from the store.

Amangan = to eat

Si Anu bay amangan ispabeti.

Anu ate spaghetti.

Angˈlloˈ = to get

Si Twinkle bay angˈlloˈ būk.

Twinkle got the book.

Atˈkka = to arrive

Si Jonson bay atˈkka min Amerika

Johnson arrived from America.

Anginum = to drink

Si Bapaˈ Abraham bay anginum boheˈ.

Uncle Abraham drank water.

Anangis = to cry

Ondeˈ-ondeˈ anangis iya. Sai bay amonoˈ iya?

The child is crying. Who provoked her?

Palangi = to swim

Si Ismail bay maglangi-langi ma tahik.

Ismail practiced swimming in the ocean.

Pasōd = to enter

Si Bapaˈ Abraham pasōd nireyom luma.

Uncle Abraham is entering the house.

Pasakat = to ride

Si Julhari eˈ pasakat ma jip.

Julhari will ride the jeep.

Ameya = to go with

Si Hero eˈ ameya ma taraysikad.

Hero went with the rickshaw.

Anulat = to write

Ondeˈ-ondeˈ angiskul magsulat sigam.

The children are studying writing.

Anittowa = laugh

Saga ondeˈ-ondeˈ alasig magtittowa.

The children are laughing with joy.

Angulan = to rain

Bay angulan diˈilaw.

It rained yesterday.

Angalkila = to rent

Si Jumaˈat angalkila luma ma South Laud.

Jumaˈat is renting a home in South Laud.

Aningkō = to sit

ondeˈ-ondeˈ inan aningkō.

Those children are sitting.

Amole = to return home

Bay angiskul magpoleˈan na.

The children are sent home after school.

Palaksu = to jump

Bay aku palaksu ma tahik.

I jumped in the ocean.

Angigal = to dance

Bay aku angigal ma pagkawinan.

I danced at the wedding.

Alaˈan = to leave

Bay aku alaˈan min luma si Bapaˈ Abraham.

I left the house of Uncle Abraham.

Pasujud = to kneel

Bay aku pasujud anambahayang.

I knelt to pray.

Angitung = to count

Bay aku angitung kwek-kwek.

I counted the kwek-kwek.

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