|The man whose house was burnt last night.
||Te [unclear: tangata] i wera nei tona whare inapo.
|The men whose houses were set on fire by Te Kooti.
||Nga tangata i tahuna nei o ratou whare e Te Kooti.
|Robert is the boy whose hand was cut.
||Ko Rapata te tamaiti i motu nei tona ringaringa.
|George, whose canoe was stolen, is my brother.
||He tuakana noku a Hori, i tahaetia nei tona waka.
|The man in whose house we lived.
||Te tangata i noho [unclear: ra] tatou ki tona whare.
|The man, for whose house you bought the lock, is gone.
||Kua riro te tangata i hokona nei e koe te raka mo [unclear: tona] whare.
|This is the woman whose daughter is sick.
||Ko te [unclear: wahine] tenei, kei te mate nei tana kotiro.
|He is the man at whose house I stayed last week.
||Ko ia te tangata i noho ra ahau ki tona whare i tera wiki.
|George, from whose house I came yesterday, is sick.
||E mate ana a Hori, i haere mai nei ahau, i tona whare [unclear: inanahi].