Kia kaha with the following exercises for grammar and vocab e hoa mā!

  is the northern dialect for the word 'whakarongo'.

The Māori translation for 14 is   .

'Tekau mā rima' corresponds with the English number   .

  is the Māori word for egg.

'Sugar' is the English word for   .

The word   indicates that the item is positioned away from both the speaker and the listener.

'He   tērā' is the translation for 'That over there is a chair'.

'He aha   ?' is asking 'What are those over there?'

The translation for 'Those over there are bags' is 'He pēke   '.

'He pene   ' is the translation for 'That over there is a pen'.



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