Making negative sentences using ehara in Te Reo Māori

NB:  Unfortunately this flashcard plugin doesn’t allow me to add macrons and I haven’t yet found a better replacement so to help with the correct pronunciation, with the Te Reo Māori words I’ve doubled all the vowels that  should have a macron (tuhoto).

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  • Grammar notes:   Ehara …. i te / a   is used to negate any phrase beginning with ko, na, no, or any article (eg. he) or definitive.

    Use ehara … i a with personal names.