Test & Homework

Practice and more homework! Kia kaha e hoa mā!

The homework from Te Murumāra today, is looking for the question that gives the following answer ' E iwa aku tau'.  

What is the correct Māori translation for 'pea'?
  • possibly, thereabouts
  • perhaps, maybe,
  • about, approximately
  • all of the above
  • none of the above

The correct Māori translation for 'Four towels thereabouts' is 'E   ngā tāora'.

The correct Māori translation for 'Maybe it's on top of the house' is 'Kei   i te whare'.

The correct Māori translation for 'Maybe Rawinia is in Tauranga' is 'Kei   a Rawinia'.

The correct Māori translation for 'Maybe he will return tomorrow' is 'Ka hoki mai   ia āpōpō'.

Re-arrange the words on the right-hand side of the screen to match the words on the left-hand side of the screen.

  • Makariri
  • Tōkena
  • Mahana
  • Kaukau uwhiuwhi
  • Tāora
  • Bath tub
  • Socks
  • Be warm
  • Towel
  • Be cold


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