With Whaea Odie, we revised adding numbers togeather in te reo, and the question ” ho mai?”
First Whaea Odie showed us all the cards, and how to say them in maori. For example. If she showed us a card with the number 10, we had to say 10 in te reo, wich is Tekau.
Then, we had to ask eachother “ho mai?” Then a two didgit number in te reo, that was under 40. Once somebody asked you for a number, you had to hand it to them and say “anei.”
Lastly, she would ask us “Ho mai…” which means, give me. Then, we had to give her the number that she asked us in maori, shown on the cards. When we gave her the card, we had to say “Anei”, thats means here.
I enjoyed doing this, becuase I got to learn more numbers in maori. I think that I got better at saying the numbers. I need to improve on remembering to say “anei.”