Related to "teka": Although "teka" and "maghintay ka" mean the same thing, most of the time they are not interchangeable. Use "teka" when what you want to say is the imperative "wait" and not "you wait". Since "hintay" means "wait", it is possible to use it in place of "teka". Most of the time though, we use "teka". "Antay" is another way of saying "hintay".
Maghintay Example Sentences in Tagalog: (12)
You wait there first.
We waited until two o'clock.
They are waiting for a doctor.
Let's wait here for a taxi.
We have been waiting for you for quite a while.
Up to what time can you wait?
How long should I wait?
I'll wait here.
I just did some reading while waiting for you.
Naghintáykamíkay Mike hanggángtanghalìperohindîsiyánagpakita.
We waited for Mike till noon but he did not show up.
She forgot whether she was supposed to wait or not.