The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 64
E toru nga tikanga mo tenei tu korero kua [unclear: wh] turia i nga wharangi i mua ake nei : ina hoki tena [unclear: k]
Te tangata i korero atu ra koe ki a ia; e rite [unclear: tab] taha, te tika o enei.
- 1. The man to whom you spoke.
- 2. The man whom you spoke to.
- 3. The man that yon spoke to.
Tenei ano hoki tetahi, he reo poto, ko te whom te that, i mahue.page 37
4 The man you spoke to;
Kei raro nei etahi kupu pena.
|This is the horse James rode yesterday.||Ko te hoiho [unclear: tenei] i eke ai a Hemi inanahi.|
|The house your father lived in has been pulled down.||Kua oti te wawahi te whare i noho ai tou papa.|
|That was the town those two men came from.||Ko te taone tera i haere mai ai aua tangata tokorua.|
|The chair you are sitting on is broken.||He pakaru te tuuru e noho na koe.|
The teacher may familiarize the pupils with these various forms of the relativo by using, in the four different ways, all the examples which arc given under the above headings.