Are you using taea the right way? I really, really hope so.
“Can I use the bathroom?” “I don’t know, can you?” Oh how grammarians rejoice in the humour of semantics.
For the rest of you who didn’t get the joke, here’s the difference between may and can, āhei and taea.
Continuing on with our list of kīwaha and kīanga to do with the tinana, these ones all mention parts of your face.
Upoko, māhunga, mātenga, hamo, pane, angaanga, tipuaki, uru… here’s a bunch of kīwaha all related to the head.
Never before seen, heard or done on upokopakaru… until now; the easy way to say you’re doing something for the first time.
Cast, fling, project, hurl, flick, chuck, biff, pass, toss, lob. Time for another word study, this time on the word throw.
Sorry for crushing the dream guys. We can’t travel through time because time travels through us.