kede, pro.we/us (nonemphatic, includes listener).
kede a kid; kede merolung, kede mekerang?, kede omengur kung.
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> We use tongs to pick food.
> Whenever I'm with you, it seems as if we're always going from one thing to another.
> We've got a money-raising party coming up.
> what shall we do (now)?
> He just walks around naked so we can all see all of his parts.
More Examples:
> No matter where we go, we never stop thinking of our families.
> We use spoons to each soup.
> We use cutting boards for cutting or slicing food on.
> We use kerosene stove to cook food.
> We use pots to cook food in.
mekerang, what?
mekerang a ker; oker, Calista ng mekerang? kau ke mekerang?
kede mekerangexpr.what shall we do (now)?
> It doesn't do anything./It won't do you any harm.
> What did you do yesterday?
> If it were you, what would you do?
> How did the boy fall?
> How do Palauans make pottery?
> You pluck the fruit and pick it up; what of us?
Why don't you share or let us participate in your activity?/Why are you the only one to laugh at your joke? Usually one person climbs the tree or uses a long stick to knock down the fruit while an assistant shares the task and rewards by catching the falling fruit or picking it up. The saying may be applied to a person who prepares something to eat by himself, then eats it without sharing. It can apply also to a person who laughs at his own joke, leaving his audience unmoved.
More Examples:
> What am I doing?
> What do we use pot holders for?

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