tika(ina): to be right, correct, straight, in order. He tika tāu. You are right. (Yours is correct.) Kei te tika tāu whakautu. Your answer is correct. - this is an example of an active sentence Whakatikaina tōu rūma! Get your room in order (tidy your room up)! - this is an example of a command in simple passive form Kia tika āu raina. Make your lines straig […]
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