We've joined the kindergarten teachers.
What does "flying up" mean? Taking off (in a plane)? Gaining altitude?
I remember "fly up" as a ceremony in the Girl Scouts (US).
Gaining altitude or flying up onto/into something (eg.: the top of a building or a tree.)
Planes taking off is felszáll.
At least in English, I can also fly up to Canada for the summer and fly down in winter (either on an airplane or if I were a bird)
Its the next bunch of óvónők!
Not just the kindergarten teachers!
Why is mi not the first word?
Doesn't need to be.
Usually you add personal pronouns at the beginning for extra emphasis, but this isn't the case here. Mi is added here because is needs a (pro)noun to attach to. You could also say "Mi is felrepülünk."
The word 'mi' can also be the interrogative meaning 'what'. Then it usually comes first in the sentence, followed immediately by the verb. But here '' mi' means 'we'.
Would you confuse mi-what with mi-we, if you heard "mi is"?
Tielbert, it's possible. Note that if "Mi is" is said as a statement, it can only mean "We, too". As a question it could either be "We, too?" or "What/Whatever/What else?"
I see, thank you!