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Term 2 Te Reo Reflection




Term 2 Te Reo Reflection





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Extended Abstract
I can say 1-5 words about celebrations in te Reo Maori.  
With help, I can ask and answer several questions about celebrations, using te Reo Maori.
I can ask and answer several questions about celebrations,using Te Reo Maori.
I can ask and answer a range of questions about celebrations,using Te Reo Maori. I can teach others these questions and answers.

In Te Reo this term I have been learning about using vocabulary around food (Kai) and celebrations (Ngā hākari)

Here are some sentences, with english translation in brackets, that I can say confidently.

  • He pai ki a koe ngā/te huarakau?- Do you like fruit? Ae, He pai ki ahau ngā/te huarakau. - I like fruit/the fruits Kaore He pai ki ahau ngā/te āporo - I don’t like apples
  • He pai ki a koe te/ngā tīhi? Do you like cheese? Kāore, e pai ki ahau te/ngā tīhi. I don’t like cheese. Āe, he pai ki ahau te/ngā tīhi. Yes, I like cheese.
  • He aha te mea pai, ki a koe kei to pāti? (What do you like about your party?) He mea pai ki ahau te/nga_______ (I like the _______)
  • Kei te hiakai ahau I’m hungry

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