First Lessons in Maori
XIX. — §§ 76, 77, 78
1. Kua u ki uta i a Paikea te tangata i kawea mai nei e Ripi he waka mona. 2. He nunui nga kaipuke i eke ai ratou kia rere ai ratou ki Ingarani. 3. Kei Kereru a Tareha ma, he mahinga kai a reira i mua na Tara. 4. Te tangata e mataku ana, me hoki ki te kainga. 5. Ko wai te tangata i marū ra tona waewae inanahi i te poro rakau? 6. Kua mate a Ripi, he whare nei nona i wera i te ahi i te Turei. 7. Ko wai te tangata i hurihia ra tana mara e te waipuke i te mea kahore ano kia hauhakea nga kai? 8. Kei Taupo te wahine i ki mai ra koe kia hoatu ki a ia te pukapuka. 9. I to ratou taenga ki te ngahere, kahore he manu i kitea e ratou, kahore he aha.page 68
1. The man whose father died on Friday went to Wairoa yesterday. 2. Turi is going to Taupo to see the boy whose ankle was sprained. 3. The man for whom Horo made the canoe will come to-morrow. 4. Rua met Maru at Reporua, from which place Pahiko's canoe sailed long ago. 5. Tell the man to come to-morrow to whom you and I gave the canoe. 6. The tree by which your foot was crushed was cut down by Rata. 7. Whoever is not willing to work must go away. 8. Who is the man for whom the house was built by Tua? 9. When they entered the pa there were no men whatever in it.