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July 27, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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Ngā Pea e toru

I tētehi ata, ka hikoi te whanau Pea ki roto i te ngāhere, nā te mea kei te tatari rātou kia mataotao ai tā rātou parakuihi. E toru ngā Pea, ā, he Pāpā, he Māmā me te Pēpi. Ka haere te wā, ā, ka hoki anō rātou ki te kāinga.

Ka ūmere te Pāpā. “Nā wai tāku pāreti i kai?”

Ka mea te Māmā, “Nā wai tāku pāreti i kai?”

Ka kī te Pēpi, “Kaua e māharahara mō te pāreti, kei hea te tīwi?”

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