Cook Islands Language Week

Cook Islands Language 

At Pacific Learners, we are very happy to bring you a dedicated Cook Islands Language Resource page that brings together all the Cook Islands content across the Pacific Learners website. 

As we continue to revitalise Pacific Languages, we will be creating content that strengthens Cook Island language and increases cultural awareness. 

The content on this page is free to use and download, if you require a copy of any images please send us a message through our contacts page. 

 

Cook Islands Language

Cook Island Language Videos


Common Cook Island Words

In this video you will learn Common Cook Island words that you can use every day. 

You can learn words like, ‘Aere mai’ which means ‘Come’ or ‘Pongi’ which means ‘Hungry’ and many more. 

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Common Cook Island Phrases

In our second Cook Island language video we bring you ‘Common Cook Island Phrases’. 

In this video, you have access to over 15 common phrases that you can use in everyday conversations. 

Learn phrases like ‘Meitaki ‘au au’ which means ‘I’m good thankyou’ or ‘Aere mai kaikai’ which means ‘Come and eat’, and many more. 

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