He tāngata papai ngā ākonga o Te Whare Takiura o Tāwhaki
Using roroa, nunui, rarahi, papai, kikino, nonohi, and ririki
When roa (long,tall), nui (big), rahi (big), pai (good), kino (bad), nohinohi (small), and riki (small) are used with plural nouns, the first consonant, together with the first vowel of these words, is doubled.
a. He tāngata roroa ēnei.
e. Mā Hamahona ngā kōhatu rarahi e hiki.
These are tall people.
Samson will lift the large rocks.
For further explanations and examples see Te Pihinga p.44
Tirohia ngā rerenga kōrero kei roto i te reo Māori, ā, whiriwhirihia te rerenga kōrero e tika ana hei whakapākehā i aua kōrero Māori.
Look at the sentences in Māori and then choose the correct English translation.
Don’t forget to use commas, question marks, and fullstops and macrons where appropriate (ā,ē,ī,ō, and ū).