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whakapono

believe

Kāore te tamaiti i whakapono ki tā tōna hoa i kī ai.
The child didn‘t believe what his friend said.
- this is an example of using "t" possession
- this example includes a relative clause

E whakapono ana ia ki te Atua.
She believes in God.
- this is an example of an active sentence

whakapono always takes ‘ki’ rather than ‘i’.


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