_wakanyeza_ [wakxa'Nyeja] (to-be-a kid/child)
_tona_ [to'naN] is a so-called 'T-word' (question word) and of the same type as seen above, . a complete one-
word sentence with the meaning "to-be-how-many" (. _(hena) tona pi hwo/he?_ - "They're how many?"
_yuha_ (s/he it has him/her/it), . _bluha_ , _luha_ , ... _unyuha_ , _unyuha pi_ , _luha pi_ , _yuha pi_ .
_e_ (s/he, it is the one), . _miye_ , _niye_ , ... _unkiye_ , _unkiye pi_ , _niye pi_ , _e pi_ .
_sunkawakan_ [shu'n-ka-wa-kxa'N] (it-is-a-horse, lit. 'mystery/power dog'),
_oyuspA_ (to catch/arrest), . _obluspe_ , _oluspe_ , ... _unkoyuspa pi_ , _oluspa pi_ , _(hena) oyuspa pi_ .
The second point in support of tree plantation pertains to the role of trees in keeping the pollution levels within a city under control. To expand on, the extent to which air pollution has becomes a cause of concern in urban dwellings is highlighted by the ever increasing number of people migrating to countrysides for fresh air. This is an extreme step, I believe, which can easily be avoided, as the natural mechanism within a tree to absorb toxic gases, and to convert them into oxygen presents itself as a feasible alternative remedial measure. Trees can thus be of immense importance in urban landscapes.