Akin na lang - Let me have this/that Pahingi - Can I have some/Can you give me some (more polite approach)
Akin na lang 'yang pagkain mo. (Let me have your food.) - you're asking for the whole thing.
Pahingi naman niyang kinakain mo. (Can I have some of your food?) - you're asking just a part of the thing being subjected to.
Both forms are in imperative form. Although first sentence is more likely to be a command sentence than a request sentence and the second sentence is more likely to be a request sentence than a command sentence.
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