First Lessons in Maori
XV. — §§ 64, 65
1. Ka tae mai nei koe (now that you are come) ka ai he kaiarahi mo maua ki Omahu. 2. Me e ai ana he waka mona kua eke atu a Tara, kua rere ki Motiti. 3. Kahore he kaheru a Tiki hei ngaki i nga taru o tana mara. 4. Kihai raua i whai wahi hei tunga whare. 5. Kei a wai te waka o Ripi inaianei? 6. Me tatari koe kia tae mai a Turi kia ai ai he hoa mou mo tou haere ki Opou. 7. Mehemea kua whai kupenga raua kihai raua i mate i te kai-kore. 8. Ki te mate a Titore hei a wai ona whenua? 9. Kahore ranei i a Turi te taura o te punga o tona waka?
1. When you come to-morrow I shall have a companion for my journey to Taupo. 2. Should there be a canoe for us we shall cross to the other side. 3. Let not Hou have your axe lest the handle should be broken. 4. If Pare had not had a companion on Tuesday he would not have come. 5. Had not Turi your books the day before yesterday? 6. Had he no books when he came last week? 7. When I go to Raratonga Pare shall have my house. 8. If they had not had a net they would have had no food.