Asking and saying something more is wanted using anō
Anō, which is often used to indicate that something is happening again, is used to ask for or to say that something more is needed. This is done by combining it with future possessives.
|He wai anō mōu?||Do you want some more water?|
|Āe, he wai anō mōku.||Yes, thank you, I would like some more water.|
|Homai anō he parāoa māku, e hoa!||Give me some more bread please, friend!|
|Hoatu anō he rare mā ngā tamariki.||Give the children some more lollies.|
For further explanations and examples: Te Kākano p. 67
Whakatikaina ngā rerenga kōrero.
Kei wareware i a koe ngā piko, ngā tohu pātai, ngā ira kati me ngā tohutō i ngā wāhi e tika ana.
anō parāoa Homai he māku, e hoa!
mā miraka koutou He anō, tamariki mā?
tī He māu anō ?
mō inu hoa anō tōku He ?
Homai pāreti māku he anō, e kare!
Te Hererīpene anō Homai ārani he mā .
pihikete māu He anō?
He mā keke anō koutou, e hoa mā?
mīti He māu anō, e tama?
anō He , e hine āporo māu?