Can soneone break this down for me? I get the Si(si) - I. Does piki normt come from the word for cook?
Yes - Kupika is to cook, and -pika is the verb stem. When expressing yourself in the negative present, you change the last vowel from -a (if it isn't it remains the same) to -i
What happens to -na?
It is omitted for negation in present. you replace -na- with -si-.
My sound didn't work
"I don't cook" should be acceptable too.
That's right, I don't.