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First Lessons in Maori

§ 78

§ 78.

Whatever in a negative sentence, is often expressed by repeating the clause with the interrogative pronoun, aha, in place of the noun, thus:—

  • Kahore he kai, kahore he aha, there is no food whatever.

  • Hore he iwi, hore he aha, there was no strength whatever.