First Lessons in Maori
XVIII. — §§ 73, 74, 75
1. Mo wai te kakahu e whatu nei te wahine a Turi? 2. Ko Horouta te waka i kawea mai ai te kumara i Hawaiki. 3. Ko Rotorua te moana i kauhoe ra a Hinemoa. 4. Ko te ara ranei tera e haere mai ai a Turi? 5. Ko tehea o enei taitama tau e whiriwhiri ai hei hoa mou? 6. Ma Rewa ranei āu ika e kawe na? 7. Ko a Tara tangata enei i arahi mai ai i Taupo inanahi. 8. Ko to Kupe waka tera i rere mai ai i Hawaiki. 9. Ko te take tera i kore ai a Titore e haere ki Taupo.
1. The canoe which Kurei is carving is from Te Whakaki. 2. Turi has the spear with which Paikea was wounded. 3. The house in which Pare slept last night belongs to Ripi. 4. What is the place at which we shall meet Titore to-morrow? 5. That is not the matter on account of which I came to see you. 6. These are the words which I came to say to you. 7. This is not the hill from which we saw Turi's canoe sailing away. 8. The ship was not a large one in which Tupaea came to Aotearoa. 9. Kura is from Opou, from the place in which Turangi lived formerly.