"Aia i ke pākaukau."

Translation:The keys are on the table.

4 months ago

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Why'd you leave nā kī i ke pākaukau, here you go create another fable!

4 months ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Jason518609
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You wanted to.

3 months ago

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Pakaukau is an exception to the ke/ka rule. Ke pakaukau is correct. There are several common words that have this irregularity.

2 months ago

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That's pretty interesting. Do you have any information regarding the etymology of this irregularity? :O

2 months ago

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Nope.

2 months ago

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Why it's "ke pākaukau", and not "ka" ?

3 months ago

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Why is it "ke" pakaukau in stead of "ka" pakaukau?

3 months ago
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