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Kei a wai ōku tarau?
Who has got my trousers?
Kei a Tracey ō tarau
Tracey has got your trousers
Kei a wai ōku hū omaoma?
Who has got my running shoes?
Kei āu tamariki ōu hū omaoma
Your children have got your running shoes
Kei a wai ngā whakairo mō te whare?
Who has got the carvings for the house?
Kei a rātou
They have got them
I a wai ōku tōkena?
Who had my socks?
I a Piri ōu tōkena
Piri had your socks
I a koe ōku kākahu hākinakina?
Did you have my sports gear?
Kāo, i a Roberta mā kē ōu kākahu hākinakina!
No, Roberta and the others had your sports gear!
I a wai ā rātou āporo?
Who had their apples?
I te hōiho
The horse did
Kei a koe tā tātou maheni?
Have you got our magazine?
Kāore tā tātou maheni i a koe?
Haven't you got our magazine?
I a koe taku honae, nē?
You had my wallet, didn't you?
Kāore taku honae i a koe, nē?
You didn't have my wallet, did you?
Kei a Billy ōku mōhiti
Billy has my glasses
Kāore ōku mōhiti i a Billy
Billy does not have my glasses
tēnei
this (by me)
tēnā
that, by the listener
tērā
that over there (away from both speaker and listener)
He aha tēnei?
What is this (by me)?
He makimaki tēnā
That (by you) is a monkey
He aha tēnā?
What is that (by you)?
He tāmure tēnei
This (by me) is a snapper
He aha tērā?
What is that (over there)?
He kererū tērā
That (over there) is a pigeon
He aha ēnei?
What are these things (by me)?
He kumi ēnā
Those things (by you) are crocodiles
He aha ēnā momo inu?
What are those types of drinks (by you)?
He pia nō tāwāhi ēnei momo inu
These drinks (by me) are foreign beers
He aha ērā kararehe?
What are those animals (over there)?
He taika ērā kararehe
Those animals (over there) are tigers
Ko Jeremiah tēnei
This is Jeremiah
Ko wai tērā?
Who is that over there?
Ko te tuahine o Richard tērā
That's Richard's sister
Ko Helen tēnei kōtiro
This (young) girl is Helen
Ko Helen te kōtiro nei
This (young) girl is Helen
Ko te tama a Karl tēnā?
Is that Karl's son (by you)?
Āe, ko te tama a Karl tēnei
Yes, this is Karl's son (by me)
Ko tāku wahine tēnei
This is my wife
Ko tōu waka hou tērā?
Is that (over there) your new car?
Ko Terry te ingoa o te pokokōhua nā
Terry is the name of that egghead over there
Ko wai te ingoa o te koroua rā?
What's the name of that elderly gentleman over there?
ake
upwards (comparative, own)
iho
downwards
mai
towards the speaker in space or in orientation
atu
away from current orientation
Kuhu mai!
Come in!
Hoki mai!
Come back (to me)!
Heke iho!
Get down!
Tū mai!
Stand up (facing me)!
Kei te piki ake ia i te rākau
She is climbing up the tree
Kua heke iho ia i tana tūranga
He has stepped down from his position
E haere mai ana rātou ki tōku whare
They (3+) are coming to my house
I wehe atu te whānau ki tāwāhi
The family departed overseas
Ka whakatū ake i te pou haki āpōpō
The flagpole will be erected tomorrow
Māna te rākau e turaki iho
He will cut down the tree
Nāna te kai nei i kawe mai
She brought this food here
Me kōrero ate koe ki tō pāpā
You should talk to your father