In one usage, the prefix naka- expresses the idea of wearing the article of clothing, accessory, or color that is designated by the noun that naka- attaches to.
The Tagalog prefix mag- is used to verbalize nouns. You can translate it as ‘do’ in most cases, but the meaning depends on the context. This is very useful because you can put it in front of English nouns. Filipinos do this all the time! That’s why when you hear them speaking Tagalog, there seems to be a lot of English words sprinkled in.
Abbreviations: Shortened Forms of Tagalog Words
and others (et cetera) = etc
The prefix pinaka- is used to form superlative adjectives.
The simplest, easiest way to say “Let’s…” in Tagalog is to use the verb and then add tayo.
A more advanced way to say “Let’s…” in Tagalog is to conjugate the verb, then add tayo.
Nakaka- is a prefix, meaning it is put in front of words.
You can find nakaka- in front of Tagalog verbs.
Technically, it serves to “form causative statives and abilitatives.”