The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 64
XII. — Place
He maha nga kupu o te reo Maori hei whakaatu [unclear: i] wahi e meatia ai tetahi mea, e ahatia ai ranei. Me [unclear: a] nga reo Pakeha o enei kupu e takoto atu nei. [unclear: E] mohiotia rawatia, katahi ka anga ki te [unclear: whakanohom] ki roto ki te kupu korero.
The pupils should be made to learn perfectly the English of the following [unclear: M] words before they attempt to master the examples in which they are used.
|Whea? or Hea?||What place?|
|Ko,||That place; yonder.|
|Mua,||The front. The fore[unclear: p]|
|Muri,||The hinder part.|
|Tua,||The other side.|
|Tawahi,||The other side.|
|Waenganui||The middle.page 41|
|At, In, On,||Kei. Ki. I. Hei.|
|Where, (at what place)||Kei whea. Ki whea. I whea. Hei whea.|
|Here, (at this place)||Tenei. Kei konei. Ki konei, &c.|
|There, (at that place)||Tera. Kei ko, kei reira, &c.|
|Before,||Kei mua i. Ki mua i, &c.|
|Behind,||1.Kei muri i. Ki muri i, &c.
2.Kei tuao, &c.
|On, upon,||Kei runga i, ki runga i, &c.|
|Under,||Kei raro i, ki raro i, &c.|
|Outside,||Kei waho, ki waho, &c.|
|Inside,||Kei roto, ki roto, &c.|
|Beyond,||Kei ko atu i, &c.|
|Beside, (by the side of)||Kei te taha o, &c.|
|On this side,||Kei tenei taha, &c.|
|On the other side,||Kei tera taha, &c.|
|On the other side,||Kei tua, &c.|
|On the other side,||Kei tawahi, &c.|
|Between,||Kei waenganui (o nga mea e rua).|
|Where are your books?||Are they not in the box?|
|Kei whea o pukapuka?||Kahore ranei i roto i te pouaka.|
Where is Joseph? He is not here? He is at Tauranga. Kei whea a Hohepa? Kahore i konei. Kei Tauranga.
Where is Thomas living now? Kei whea a Tamati e noho ana inaianei?
Where are you planting your potatoes this year? E page 42 whakatokia ana e koutou ki whea a koutou riwai i [unclear: te] tau?
|Where were you?||I whea koe?|
|Where was George working yesterday?||I [unclear: whea] Hori e mahi ana inanahi?|
|Where did he find my horse?||I kitea e ia ki [unclear: w] taku hoiho?|
|Where have you put my hat?||Kua waiho e [unclear: b] toku potae ki whea?|
|Where will they sleep to-morrow? At [unclear: Taurang]||Hei whea ratou moe ai apopo? Kei Tauranga?|
|Where shall I find you on Wednesday? At [unclear: t] church door.||Hei whea koe rokohanga ai e au a Wenerei? Hei te whatitoka o te whare-karakia.|
|Where shall the bell hang?||Hei whea te [unclear: pere] ai.|
|Here are your books.||Tenei o pukapuka.|
|Was Joseph here yesterday?||I konei ranei a [unclear: H] hepa inanahi?|
|Taraia died at Hauraki.||I mate a Taraia ki [unclear: ho] raki.|
|Thomas is living at Auckland.||Kei [unclear: Akarama] Tamati. e noho ana.|
|Your horse was standing there.||I ko to hoiho [unclear: e] ana.|
|John was sitting on the chair, and the food [unclear: m] before him on the table.||I runga i te tuuru a [unclear: Hon] noho ana, i tona aroaro hoki te kai i runga i te teepu.|
|Leave your shoes under the bed.||Waiho ou [unclear: hu] raro i te moenga.page 43|
|The cows are outside; they are not in the garden.||Kei waho nga kau, kahore i roto i te kaari.|
|Who said the cows were in the garden?||Na wai i ki kei roto nga kau i te kaari?|
|John found your knife behind his box.||I kitea e Roani to maripi ki tua o tana pouaka.|
|The place which I told you of is on the other side of that mountain.||Kei tera taha o te maunga ra te wahi i korero ra ahau ki a koe.|
|The house which John lived in was on the other side of the Waipaoa.||I tawahi o Waipaoa te whare i noho ai a Hoani.|
|The ditch which Joseph dug is by the side of the fence.||Kei te taha o te taiepa te awa i keria e Hohepa.|
|I thought that your field of wheat was on this side of the wood.||I mahara ahau kei tenei taha o te ngahere to mara witi.|
|That tree was planted in the middle of the garden.||I whakatokia taua rakau ki waenganui o te kaari.|
|His house will stand there, between George's and Peter's.||Hei ko tona whara tu ai, hei waenganui o to Ron o to Pita.|