Te whakakī i ngā āputa 2 Filling the gaps 2
You have already learnt about the singular, dual and plural personal pronouns in previous exercises, use the same rule to complete this exercise. This exercise deals with dual and plural personal pronouns only.
Further explanations: Te Kākano p. 13.
Whakakīa ngā āputa.
Fill the gaps.
Kei wareware i a koe ngā piko, ngā tohu pātai, ngā ira kati me ngā tohutō i ngā wāhi e tika ana.
They (three or more people) went to the beach.
Kei te tākaro
You (three or more people) are playing netball.
We (you two and I) should run to school.
E haere ana
Where are we (three or more people excluding the listener) going?
Kei te kai
What are they (two people) eating?
You (two people) should wash the dishes.
They (three or more people) watched softball.
Kei te hī ika
We (two people excluding listener) are fishing.
E kōrero ana
They (three or more people) are talking.
You (three or more people) should walk to the picture theatre.