Hiki (to carry in the arms) conjugation

Maori

Conjugation of eiti

Au
Present tense
kei te hiki
I carry in the/she arms
Future tense
ka hiki
I will carry in the/she arms
Past perfect tense
kua hiki
I have carried in the/she arms
Present continuous tense
e hiki ana
I am carrying in the/she arms
Au
Past tense
i hiki
I carried in the/she arms
Present negative tense
i te hiki
I do not carry in the/she arms
Present continuous negative tense
e hiki ana
I am not carrying in the/she arms
Past negative tense
i hiki
I did not carry in the/she arms
Au
Past perfect negative tense
kia hiki
I have not carried in the/she arms
Future negative tense
e hiki
I will not carry in the/she arms

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