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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Ngā Pātai mō te wiki 6

Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini. Koira ōku whakaaro mō tēnei whārangi ipurangi o tātou 'Ngā Tama A Parorangi'. Kihai tēnei āhua kia pēnei ai ina kāore aku ākonga i whakaputa o rātou pukenga ki tēnei momo mahi. Nōreira, ka mihi kau ake au ki a koutou tama mā, kua whārikitia te tuāpapa mō ā mātou akoranga ki runga rorohiko.

Ānei ngā pātai o te wiki.

Whakamāoritia ēnei rerenga korero.

1. Can I go to the toilet?

2. I am sick.

3. Do you have a pen?

4. I don't have any books.

5. I have a question.

Whakapākehātia enei rerenga korero.

6. Kei te haere rāua ki te kura.

7. E kaukau ana ia i te punawai.

8. Kei waenganui te kōtiro i ngā tāngata.

9. Kei muri te motoka i te whare.

Ētahi atu pātai

10. When do we use 'E' before names or commands?

11. List 3 things you would like to learn next term in Te Reo Maori?


8 Comments:

Blogger Dillon said...

1.Ka taea ranei e au te haere i te wharepaku.
2.Kei te mauiui ahau.
3.He pene taau.
4.Kaore aku pukapuka.
5.He patai taaku.
6.Those two are going to school.
7.You are going for a swim in the swimming pool.
8.The lady is between the people.
9.The car is behind the house
10.Commands.
11.learn more on daily fraisers,Learn mihis,Learn more maori.

11:42 am  
Blogger Um Dat 1 wit da name said...

1.Ka taea ranei e au te haere ki te wharepaku
2.Kei te mauiui ahau
3.He pene taau
4.Kaore aku pukapuka
5.He patai taku
6.They (2) are going to school
7.He/she is swimming in the pool
8.The girl is in the middle of the people
9.The car is at the back of the house
10.Only 2 syllable words
11.Taiaha,whai korero and um... um.. ?????? um ... conversing in maori

11:43 am  
Blogger bruce lee said...

1:ka taea renei e au te haere ki te wharepaku
2:kei te mauiui ahau
3:he pene tau
4:kaore aku pukapuka
5:he patai taku
6:they are going to school
7:she/he is swimmig in the pool
8:the girl is ion the middle of the people
9:the car is out the back of the house
10:e is for 2 syllable words
11:taiaha,whai korero, .................maori history

11:45 am  
Blogger Ontage said...

1.kei taea ranei e au te haere e te wherepaku
2.kei te mawiwi ahau
3.he pene taau
4.kore aku pukapuka
5.he pataa taku
6.those 2 are going 2 school
7.he/she is going 4 a swim in the pool
8.the girls are in the middle of the people
9.the car is in front of the house
10.when we say e pa or e ontage
11.about how we say my dad is at work

11:49 am  
Blogger Sam said...

(1)ka taea au nei ki te haere au i te wharipaku.
(2)kei te mauiui koe.
(3)he peni tana.
(4)kaore aku i te pukapuka.
(5)he patai taku.
(6)those t2 are going to school.
(7)he/she is going for a swim in the pool.
(8)the girl are in the middle of the people.
(9)the car is behind the house.
(10)when we say e pa or e samuel e logan e brandon ect.
(11)1 to learn how 2 speek it properly and yeh dats it.

11:51 am  
Blogger Anaru said...

1. e taea e au e haere ki te wharepaku
2. kei mauiui ahau
3. he pene tau
4. kaore aku pukapuka
5. he patai au
6.they/them two are going to school
7.he/she is having a swim in the hotpools
8.the girl is in the middle of the people
9.the car is at the back of the house
10. "e" is for two sylable words
11. whaikorero, taupara and te reo maori.

11:51 am  
Blogger Neihana said...

1.Ka taea ranei e au te haere i te wharepaku
2.Kei te mauiui ahau
3.He pene tau
4.Kaore aku pukapuka
5.He patai taku


6.Those two are going to school
7.You are going for a swim in the swimming pool
8.The lady is between the people
9.The car is behind the house


10.more on commands and so and so
11. learn about taiaha, and other things.

11:54 am  
Blogger 2terangiwhiu said...

kia ora

re the 1st pātai, may i suggest the following.

kua haere au ki te wharepaku.

it is not a literal translation,however, the use of 'taea' is more about ability than permission. in the question the person is actually askin g for permission, which could be translated as follows

ka whakaaengia ahau (e koe) kia haere ki te wharepaku.

and now we get to whether Māori every spoke like this; and that is why i would suggest -

kua haere au ki te wharepaku

noho ora mai

3:10 pm  

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