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He kaiako tāna tama
His son is a teacher
Anei tāku pene
Here's my pen
Kua koroua tōna papa
Her father has aged
He pango tōku waka ināianei
My car is black now
Kei hea āna tamariki?
Where are his children?
I whati tētahi o āku rākau hau pōro!
One of my golf clubs snapped!
Kei te horoi ia i ōna kākahu
She is washing her clothes
Kei te ora tonu ōku mātua
My parents are still alive
He kawe reo tāu, e hoa?
Do you have a cellphone, my friend?
E noho ki ō kōrua tūru!
Sit down on your (2) chairs!
Kei roto tōu pōtae i tāku pēke
Your hat is in my bag
He pai tā rāua tākaro ataata hou!
Their (two people) new video game is awesome!
He ātaahua āu tā pikitia
Your paintings are beautiful
Kua mate tō rāua kuia
Their (two people) grandmother has passed away
Ko wai ōu tuākana?
Who are your older siblings?
Ko Miriama, ko Rex, ko Tai ā rāua tamariki
Miriama, Rex and Tai are their children
Kei te riri tō tāua rangatira
Our (your and my) boss is angry
Kei tawhiti ō rāua marae
Their marae are far away
Whiua atu ā tāua parāoa ki ngā rakiraki
Throw our bread to the ducks
Kua tāwekoweko tā tātou kete
Our basket has become frayed
E hia ō tātou whare ināianei?
How many houses do we (all) have now?
Kei te amuamu tō tātou Tumuaki
Our Principal is moaning
Whakamoea ā tātou tohe
Put our differences aside
Kua mutu tā māua mahi
Our (his and my) work has ended
E hia ō māua waka kari whenua ināianei?
How many diggers do we (him and I) have now?
Kua tae mai tō māua hoa
Our (his and my) friend has arrived
Kāore ā māua moni
We (him and I) have no money
Kua tīmata tā māua whakataetae
Our (his and my) competition has started
Kāore ō māua whanaunga i konei
Our (his and my) relations are not here
Kei te peita rātou i tō mātou whare
They (three or more) are painting our (three or more, but not your) house
Kotahi tā kōrua kurī?
Do you (two) have one dog?
Kua oma atu ā mātou kurī
Our (of three or more, not your) dogs have run away
I te pekepeke tō kōrua waka rererangi
Your (2) plane was jumping around
Kāore ō mātou pariakete i konei
Our (3, not your) blankets are not here
E toru ā kōrua kurī?
Do you (2) have three dogs?
He aha tā koutou mahi?
What are you (all) doing?
E mārama ana au ki tō koutou mamae
I understand your (plural) pain
He rawe tā rātou māra hou!
Their new garden is fantastic!
He tueke ā koutou?
Do you (all) have any suitcases?
I hea tō rātou taraka?
Where is their (3) truck?
Nō Tāmaki Makaurau ō koutou tūpuna, nē?
Your (three or more) ancestors are from Auckland, aren't they?
Ko James mā ā rātou irāmutu
James and the others are their (3) nieces and nephews
Nōnahea ō rātou kākahu i tae mai ai?
When did their (3) clothes get here?