Kia ora Marino. I really enjoyed watching you do your pēpehā. I was very proud of the way you were able to remember all of your pēpehā off by heart. I also like the use of whakataukī at the beginning and the end of your delivery. Perhaps, to support the flow of your speech, you could slow down when talking to support and improve the delivery! Keep up the great work, Marino.
Kia ora mum, thank you for writing that comment. Thank you for watching my pēpehā, I hope you enjoyed it. Love you, from Marino.
Tēnā koe Marino,He tino pai tō kōrero, kua tū kaha koe, he pai ake mehemea ka āta haere. Mīharo ke!
Tena Koe , kia ora , Kia Orana Marino. Kua whakarongo ahau te pepeha na marino, kei te pai . Kia toa . Kia tere , MarinoKo ani toku ingoa, kei otepoti ahau .Ka kite Marino
Kia Ora , Tena koe Marino E titiro ana hau ki te pepeha a marino, He tino pai, He parekareka.Kia toa Marino.Kei Otepoti ahau, Ko Ani toku ingoa.Hi Marino I listened to your pepepha, it was very good and enjoyable. Keep it up the good work.Oh and it Ani from Dunedin :)
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