Tobar engages in Kiwi wildlife, language and culture

While New Zealand is in fact an English-speaking country, the language is obviously not the only aspect that defines a culture. The language may be the same, but the culture brings an entirely new vocabulary (with alternate spellings, as you may see later in this article). For example, when going on an overnight trip in New Zealand, you may be asked to bring along your ìjandals,” ìtogs” and ìrunners.” People may greet you with, ìKia Ora,” and exclaim, ìSweet as!” if you tell them an exciting story. Continue reading Tobar engages in Kiwi wildlife, language and culture

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