affVerbal affix in single-argument clauses with motion verbs (or absence of motion).Paluwasku amban dem bilik.I will go out of the room.Pabākne nakanakin.The child is lying down now.2
affDerivational verbal affix deriving a verb from nouns or adjectives.Padiyalem asuhin. (Diyalem asuhin.)The dog goes inside. (The dog is inside.)Palakkes dendehin. (Lakkes dendehin.)The woman is hurrying. (The woman is fast.)3
affDerivational verbal affix deriving a verb with a different meaning.Patuntulneku si lān. (Tuntulne meˈ aˈanen bang magsasew.)She pointed me to the road. (He straightens out the people when they have trouble.)Pakalenebangniyaˈ pinaˈin si iye. (Takalene pamissākun.)He obeys when someone says something to him. (He heard what I said.)4 affDerivational verbal affix deriving a transitive verb from an intransitive stem.Padiyalemne semmekin dem bilik.She put the clothes inside the room.Palakkesne jīpin.He sped up the jeep (lit. he made the jeep faster).Pabalikne libruhin si dapuˈnen.He returned the book to its owner.5 affCausative verbal affix. A causer (external agent) is added to the clause.Paˈinumne nakanakin tambal iyan.She caused the child to drink that medicine. (She gave that medicine to the child to drink.)Palimpiyuhanne bilikin si nakanakin.She made the child clean the room.