Friday, March 12, 2010

Tafaoata's Mihi

Listen as Tafaoata shares with you her mihi. Coming soon will be some video footage of our mihi practise in Maori. This is also Tafaoata's first post for the year.


Rave said...

Hi Tafaoata
I liked your movie because you spoke clearly. I hope I my mihi is like that too

by Rave

Quasia said...

Hi Tafaoata,
I enjoyed listening to your mihi because you told me lots of stuff about yourself.

From Quasia

Keis said...

Hi Tafaoata,
I liked the way you were speaking up loud and looking at the camera.

From Keis

whichwaydidshego said...

Tafaoata, I enjoyed hearing about you and your family. I look forward to hearing and learning more. Well done!

Los Gatos, California, USA

Mrs. Schulze said...

Hi Tafaoata
I really enjoyd listening to your mihi. You have a great family!
A teacher from Randwick Park School

Celia said...

Hi Tafaoata,
I really enjoyed listening to your mihi about you and your whanau, you spoke very clearly well done.

Sela said...

Hi Tafaoata,
I cant wait to see what else you post
on your blog.
From Sela in room10@ PT England School

Puawai said...

Hi Tafaoata,
Your mihi was great because you had lots of intereting words.
From Puawai

Jamie Lynn said...

Hey Tafaoata,

I am a student at the University of South Alabama. I really enjoyed listening to your Mihi. I like that you spoke clearly and kept your attention on the audience. Thank you for telling me about your family. I hope you have a wonderful birthday.


Jamie Lynn Miller

taufa said...

Hi Ata

I liked yr mihi the way u talked like an angel..keep it up

by mum

Crusader said...

Hi Ata
Great Mihimihi I liked your movie you spoke very clear. I liked how you looked straight at the camera. Keep up the great work Ata.