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KO HEA. KO HEA STRUCTURE; KO + WHERE? + WHAT (NAMING WORD) For example; Ko hea te maunga ? What is the name of the mountain? Ko Mauao te maunga . Mauao is the mountain. Tipuna Mātua Matua Whaea Tuakana Teina Tungāne Tuahine Tamāhine Tama Hoa Rangatira Mātāmua Pōtiki

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Ko hea

KO HEA

KO HEA STRUCTURE;

KO + WHERE? + WHAT (NAMING WORD)

For example;

  • Koheate maunga? What is the name of the mountain?

  • KoMauaote maunga. Mauao is the mountain


Kupu wh nau

Tipuna

Mātua

Matua

Whaea

Tuakana

Teina

Tungāne

Tuahine

Tamāhine

Tama

HoaRangatira

Mātāmua

Pōtiki

Kaihana

MatuaKēkē

WhaeaKēkē

Ancestor/ Grandparent (plural = Tīpuna)

Parents

Father

Mother

Elder sibling of the same sex (plural = Tuākana)

Younger sibling of the same sex (plural = Tēina)

Brother of the female

Sister of a male

Daughter / girl

Son / boy

Husband / Wife

Eldest Child

Youngest child

Cousin

Uncle

Auntie

Kupu Whānau


Ko wai

KO WAI

KO WAI STRUCTURES;

KO + WHO? + WHAT (NAMING WORD)

For example;

  • Kowai te matua? Who is the father?

  • Ko Tom te matuaTom is the father


Things to take note of

THINGS TO TAKE NOTE OF

  • Naming sentences always start with “Ko”

  • Te = The (singular)

  • Ngā = The (plural)

  • You can replace “Te” with words like taku (mine), tō (your) and tana (his or her)

  • If you are naming TWO people in your answer you would say, “Ko [Bob] rāuako [Bobby]…

  • If you are naming THREE or more people in your answer you would say, “Ko [Bob] rātouko [Bobby] ko [Bobette] ko… ko…

  • To say, “[John] is the brother OF [Johanna]” you would say, “Ko John te tunganeO Johanna.”


A o of

A / O = of

Tipuna / Mātua / Matua / Whaea / Tuakana / Teina /

Tungāne / Tuahine / Mātāmua / Pōtiki

O

A

Tamāhine/ Tama

Hoa Rangatira (Wahine / Tāne) / Tamaiti / Tamariki


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