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pānui(tia)

pānui(tia): read

He pai ki a koe te pānui pukapuka?
Do you like to read books?
- this is an example of a classifying sentence {QuestionTone}

Kāore ia i pānui i tāna mahi-ā-kāinga.
He didn’t read his homework.
- this is a negative verbal sentence

Nā te rangatira taua īmēra i pānui.
It was the boss who read that (aforementioned) email.
- this is an example of the agent emphatic

Kei hea ngā pānui mō tēnei ahiahi?
Where are the notices for this afternoon?
- this example uses hea to ask where

Kāore anō tēnei pānui kia pānuitia e au.
I have not yet read this notice. (This notice has not yet been read by me.)
- this is a negative verbal sentence

Kua pānuitia taua pukapuka e au.
I have read that (aforementioned) book. (That aforementioned book has been read by me.)
- this is an example of an active sentence



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