First Lessons in Maori
XIV. — §§ 54 to 63
1. Tokorua nga wahine kei roto i te whare e whatu ana i te kakahu. 2. I tahuna e Tara te whare o Hou ki te ahi. 3. Ma Turi e whakaatu te huarahi ki a korua. 4. I kauhoetia tena awa e Titore. 5. Na Nope i tiki a Porou i Waiapu. 6. Kua tae mai a Turu hei kaiwhakaako mo nga tamariki o tenei kainga. 7. Me tuku e koe akuanei he karere ki a Tareha. 8. He tohunga a Te Keteiwi ki te whakairo waka. 9. I te mutunga o tana korero ka paki-paki nga ringaringa o nga kaiwhakarongo (§58). 10.I peheatia e Rua te whakaoranga o tana kotiro i te tahuri-tanga o te waka? 11. I ahatia e Rata nga kaikohuru (§ 58) o tona matua? 12. Totoro mai tou ringaringa, miria hoki toku rae. 13. Ki te haere mai a Turi a te Turei, ma Pare koe e tiki, kei kore koe e kite i a ia.
1. Those two men are in the garden planting trees. 2. That tree was split with an axe. 3. Pare shall lead you to Turi's village. 4. That dog was brought by Turi from Aotea. 5. Tareha built a pa for himself at Waiohiki. 6. Who was the builder of those houses of yours? 7. In which part of the garden must these seeds be sown? 8. Who taught you to catch fish in a net? 9. When he stretched out his hand all his companions stood up. 10. How shall Turi return to his island? 11. What will you do when Tara arrives? 12. Open your mouth and put out your tongue. 13. Pull up the anchor of our canoe. 14. If Turi had been here yesterday Pare would have fetched you that you might see him.