Intimidating means tagalog
Examples are panoorin (to watch or view) and panoorín (materials to be watched or viewed), hangarín (to wish) and hangarin (goal/objective), aralin (to study) and aralín (studies), and bayaran (to pay) and bayarán (someone or something for hire).
An example of this is basa which becomes basahin rather than basain.Tagalog grammar is the body of rules that describe the structure of expressions in the Tagalog language, the language of the Tagalog region of the Philippines.In Tagalog, there are nine basic parts of speech: verbs (pandiwa), nouns (pangngalan), adjectives (pang-uri), adverbs (pang-abay), prepositions (pang-ukol), pronouns (panghalip), conjunctions (pangatnig), ligatures (pang-angkop) and particles. Pronouns are inflected for number; and verbs, for focus, aspect and voice.One of the functions of voice in Tagalog is to code definiteness, analogous to the use of definite and indefinite articles in English.
When the patient is marked with the direct case particle, it is generally definite, whereas when it is marked with the indirect case it is generally indefinite.
ma- is not to be confused with ma-, the potentiative prefix for patient-triggered verb forms. "He/She does not speak Tagalog." naka- Hindî siyá nakapagsásalitâ ng Tagalog.