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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 64

If. As If

page 68

If. As If.

If you want to go to town, come and tell me. [unclear: Kite], mea koe ki te haere ki te taone, me haere mai, me [unclear: korer] mai ki a au.
If I should find John at Tauranga, I will ask him to take the letter. Ki te rokohanga e au a Hoani [unclear: k], Tauranga, ka ki atu au kia mauria e ia te pukapuka.
If your clothes are wet, dry them by the fire. [unclear: He] maku ou kakahu? taurakina ki te taha o te ahi.
If we were tired, we would go home. Me-he-mea [unclear: he] ngenge matou, ka hoki matou ki te kaainga.
If they bad seen him, they would have given him some food. Me-he-mea kua kite ratou i a ia, kua [unclear: hoate] e ratou he kai mana.
He spoke to me as if I understood his language. I korero mai ia ki a an me te mea e kitea ana e au [unclear: torn] reo.
John is as kind to the old man as if he were his [unclear: own] father. Atawhai rawa a Hoani ki taua koroheke, me [unclear: te] mea ko tona ake papa.
The bird dropped down suddenly, just as if it [unclear: had] been shot. I taka whakarere te manu, me te mea tonu [unclear: i] puhia.