Nga Kai Assessment
Be prepared to justify your choice.
Understand and use some familiar food vocabulary
rīwai (potato), kūmara (sweet potato), tote (salt), mahi kai (to make/prepare food), inu (to drink), parai (to fry), pai (good), reka (delicious), maoa (cooked)
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Use the correct form when giving or receiving food
Homai te pata. (Pass the butter.) Homai koa te pata. (Please pass the butter.) Hoatu te parāoa ki a Mere. (Give the bread to Mary.) Hoatu te keke ki a Wīremu. (Give the cake to William.) Whakahokia te pata ki te pouaka mātao. (Return the butter to the fridge.) Anei te parāoa. (Here’s the bread.)
I can ask for something to be passed using “homai”.
I can use the word “anei” when I pass something.
I can tell someone to put something back.
Understand and use some simple phrases to offer food
He tōhi? (Some toast?) He tōhi māhau/māu? (Some toast for you?) He inu tiakarete, he miraka rānei? (Some drinking chocolate or some milk?)
I can offer food to someone.
Ask a question about where an item of food is
Kei hea te miraka? Where is the milk?
I can understand the question starter “kei hea”/ ‘Kei whea” meaning “where”.
Ask and answer questions about food and drink choices
He aha tō pīrangi/hiahia? (What would you like?) He miraka. (Some milk.) He miraka māku. (Some milk for me)
I can ask what food/drink someone would like.
Ask and answer questions about food likes and dislikes, giving reasons why
He pai ki a koe ngā āporo? (Do you like apples?) Āe, he pai ki ahau ngā āporo. (Yes, I like apples.) Kāo, kāore i te pai ki ahau ngā āporo. (No, I don’t like apples.)
I can ask a simple question about what someone likes.
I can answer a simple question about what I like.
Describe the location of food
kei runga i te tēpu (on the table), kei roto i te kāpata (in the cupboard ), kei raro i te pereti (under the plate)
I can use the right words to describe the location of food.