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Te Reo 5 - Mahi

doing things

Te ReoEnglish
Ngōki crawl
Kohete Scold/quarrel
Ūmere Shout
Kanikani Dance
Pānui Read
Tuhituhi Write/draw
Ngongoro Snore
Mahi Work
Paopao kupu Type
tunu keke Bake a cake
Katakata Laugh
Tangi Cry
Mataku Afraid
Ngaro Destroy
Pērā Like that
Pau Exhausted
Tutuki Finished
Mārama Clear/bright
Kaupapa topic/policy
Hui Meeting
Moemoeā Dream
Tumanako Hope for
Pō whakangahau Entertainment
Kēmu Game
Pikitia Picture/film
Tikiti Ticket
Utu cost
Kei te aha te kuri? What is the dog doing?
Kei te oma te kuri The dog is running
Kei te korero te kuia The grandmother is talking (present)
I korero te kuia The grandmother talked (past)
I te korero te kuia The grandmother was talking (past)
Kua korero te kuia The grandmother has talked (past)
Ka korero te kuia The grandmother will talk (future)
Mākū Wet
Kai te pēhea a Hongi? How is Hongi?
Kei te mauiui a Hongi Hongi is sick
Ka harikoa a Tracey Tracey will be happy
I wera a te kuia The grandmother was hot
Kei te moe ratou They are sleeping
E mahi ana ia He is working
Kua horoi matou We have washed
Ka hikoi te kaiako The teacher will march
Kua kai tokū mātua My father has eaten
Awhi Hug
Kauhoe Swim
Whakaaro Think
Tatari Wait
Ngata Snail
Pakaru Broken
Mauritau Calm
Paru Dirty
Clean
Kaha Strong
Pōturi Slow
Wrong
Maroke Dry
Whakamā Embarrased
Whakahīhī Proud
E hia te utu mō te/ngā . . .? What is the price of. . . ?
For
Tāra Dollars
Hēneti Cents
Kirimi Cream
Ti Tea
Kawhe Coffee
Huka Sugar
Kete Basket
Hu Shoes
Otaota Plants
Kakano Seeds
Ika Fish
Remana Lemon
Taonga takaro Toys
Paraoa Bread
Totiti Sausages
Rare Sweets
Wai Water
Pātara Bottle
Pihikete Biscuits
Heihei Chicken
Pea Pear
Kerepi Grape
Ārani Orange
Rōpere Strawberry
Hua kiwi Kiwifruit
Kānga Corn
Rētihi Lettuce
Karoti Carrots
Riwai Potatoes
Pata Butter
Miraka Milk
Pia Beer
Anuhe Caterpillar
Pungawerewere Spider
Kihikihi Cicada
Wheke Octopus
Koura Crayfish
Rakiraki Duck
Aihe Dolphin
Hipi sheep
Kau Cow
Kōhua Saucepan
Nāihi Knife
Pāoka Fork
Pune Spoon
Tīkera Kettle
Mīhini tōhi Toaster
Mīhini kōrori Mixer
Umu Oven
Pouaka makariri Fridge
Hopi Soap
Kōrere wai Tap
Whakaata Mirror
Ārai Curtains
Karaka Clock
Pouaka whakaata TV
Kākahu Clothes
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