Sunday, May 15, 2011

Lesson 9 - Answering the question 'How are you?'

This is the same video clip from Toku Reo that was used last week. Watch it again to get a number of responses to the question introduced last week:

'Kei te pehea koe? (How are you to one person)

One answer that isn't given on the video is the one that we most often use:

'Kei te pai' (I am fine).

Click here to watch this week's video.

22 comments:

  1. we got moari theacher called matua paul

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  2. moari is cool and fun to learn

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  3. for me it is quit hard i still try hard

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  4. moari is still a little hard for me

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  5. maori sounds cool and like english

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  6. I am not good at maroi, it is quite hard 4 me...

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  7. i can't watch the video it keeps stoping

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  8. kiaora maori is the best language ever


    alot of room 4 people like maori

    mean maori mean !!

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  9. josh bro you spelled maori wrong!!!!!

    maori is so awesome ay ana ghee

    we were doing maori this morning we didn't do much we should do heaps mrs h like nearly every day mate

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  10. Kia Ora maori is a cool language but some of the words are hard to pronounce

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  11. yeah ghee maori is mean we should do maori every day ay ghee
    true heaps of room 4 people must like maori

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  12. moaris cool but i dont think we should do it every day , but the video was cool i liked the ending bit when you had to try figure out what they were saying , that was the second time watching it cause at school i tried watching but my umm the noise wasn't going so you know . That was a fail really and i was destracted by the people around me A.K.A corben.
    but moari is really fun it would be cool to do it more offten but not every day . If you know what im saying.i dont know how to spell moari by the way.

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